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Drive a wedge between

To drive a wedge between two people is to do something that would spoil their relationships.

  • That argument drove a wedge between the two friends.
  • Mrs. Simon doesnít like her sonís girlfriend so she is trying to drive a wedge between the two.
  • Property disputes have driven a wedge between the brothers.
  • Their divorce drove a wedge between the two families.
  • Rahulís job required him to travel a lot. In the end it drove a wedge between him and his girlfriend and they decided to part ways.
  • In many of our films, you can find a scheming mother who tries to drive a wedge between her son and his wife.

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