ESTRANGE, verb transitive
1. To keep at a distance; to withdraw; to cease to frequent and be familiar with.
Had we estranged ourselves form them in things indifferent.
I thus estrange my person from her bed.
2. To alienate; to divert from its original use or possessor; to apply to a purpose foreign from its original or customary one.
They have estranged this place, and burnt incense in it to other gods. Jeremiah 19:4.
3. To alienate, as the affections; to turn from kindness to indifference or malevolence.
I do not know, to this hour, what it is that has estranged him from me.
4. To withdraw; to withhold.
We must estrange our belief from what is not clearly evidenced.