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Divorced vs. Estranged

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Divorcedadjective

Cut off, or separated.

Estrangedverb

simple past tense and past participle of estrange

β€˜She estranged her husband by not talking to him for over a year.’;

Divorcedadjective

(of a marriage) Legally dissolved.

β€˜It is a sad fact that 43% of marriages are now divorced.’;

Estrangedadjective

Having become a stranger, of one who formerly was close, as a relative, friend, lover, or spouse.

Divorcedadjective

(of persons formerly married) Having had one's marriage legally dissolved.

β€˜Mark's parents are divorced.’;

Estrangedadjective

caused to be unloved

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Divorcedverb

simple past tense and past participle of divorce

Divorced

having a marriage legally terminated and having not remarried.

Divorcedadjective

of someone whose marriage has been legally dissolved

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