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disenchantment

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of disenchanting, or the state of being disenchanted.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of disenchanting, or state of being disenchanted.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun the act of disenchanting or the state of being disenchanted
  • noun freeing from false belief or illusions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun freeing from false belief or illusions

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The disenchantment is rooted in national economic policies that were framed decades ago.

    The Politics of Western Canada: Revolt or Reform

  • We are not talking of me, however -- but because of this, which in me you call disenchantment, I am able to understand mamma's wish to leave society, all the more because, if I were in her position, all homage, show, luxury, amusements would for me be as impossible as they are for her.

    The Argonauts

  • But his mood, that current of fretful optimism alternating with a cavernous disenchantment, is more or less unchanged: “I don’t know if this makes me a bad person or whatever, but it’s hard for me to get interested in other people’s vacations.”

    Revenge of the Wimps

  • But his mood, that current of fretful optimism alternating with a cavernous disenchantment, is more or less unchanged: “I don’t know if this makes me a bad person or whatever, but it’s hard for me to get interested in other people’s vacations.”

    Revenge of the Wimps

  • But his mood, that current of fretful optimism alternating with a cavernous disenchantment, is more or less unchanged: “I don’t know if this makes me a bad person or whatever, but it’s hard for me to get interested in other people’s vacations.”

    Revenge of the Wimps

  • But his mood, that current of fretful optimism alternating with a cavernous disenchantment, is more or less unchanged: “I don’t know if this makes me a bad person or whatever, but it’s hard for me to get interested in other people’s vacations.”

    Revenge of the Wimps

  • Lost respect for the police; I think that you might find the disenchantment is with your senior officers, who appear to have brain removal surgery, when attending senior officer’s training courses. on April 15, 2009 at 6: 12 pm | Reply thespecialone

    Diversity In Action (or ‘inaction’ if you prefer) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Based on Urbana's calculations, for every two ACORN members who continue to support the organization, one has quit in disenchantment.

    Peter Dreier: Why ACORN Fell: The Times , Lies, and Videotape

  • Or possibly her disenchantment was a result of her deteriorating personal life.

    The Alibi

  • Van Dyk called disenchantment with South Africa's foreign policy and uncertainty of what effect it will have "a major factor in the weakening of the rand."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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  • I love the pictures from Flickr--is that a calving glacier?

    February 22, 2011

  • Must be Disenchantment Bay.

    February 22, 2011

  • Thank you! Mystery solved.

    February 22, 2011