Definitions

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  • adj. Not illusioned.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ illusioned

Examples

  • For hours, he has told me you can be unillusioned without being disillusioned.

    Johann Hari: Hanif Kureshi On The Couch: An Exclusive Interview With the Novelist and Screenwriter

  • Like her last movie, Old Joy (2006), Wendy and Lucy is adapted from a short story by the Portland, Oregon, writer Jon Raymond, whose intently observant and unillusioned take on his home territory has been adopted by Reichardt as her own.

    Metronatural America

  • The result was an often-times abrasive and unillusioned presentation of what romantics and exoticists had expressed before him.

    Henri Michaux

  • It offers an unillusioned, compassionate portrayal of contemporary society from a Philippines perspective, and is utterly compelling.

    Congratulations, Sir Butch!

  • Like Housman he was a Romantic born out of his age; and it is ironic that his poetry was nonetheless identified, not long since, as wholly in keeping with the drab, diminished, unillusioned spirit of postwar Britain, a poetry of low-keyed vernacular honesty, whose every line seemed to be saying: 'Come off it.'

    On Philip Larkin

  • Terry watched him with fond but unillusioned eyes, which proves that she really loved him.

    One Basket

  • Terry watched him with fond, but unillusioned eyes, which proves that she really loved him.

    Cheerful—By Request

  • George Washington himself, that unillusioned soldier and great patriot, extolled "the benefits of a wise and liberal Government" and advocated "a liberal system of policy".

    Slate Magazine

  • Konner gives a comprehensive overview, thoughtful and humble, unillusioned.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • Oregon, writer Jon Raymond, whose intently observant and unillusioned take on his home territory has been adopted by Reichardt as her own.

    The New York Review of Books

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