Definition of 'disenchant'
Example sentences containing 'disenchant'
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One seeks to gain pleasure through restless zeal; the other is disenchanted when life does not prove to feed those same desires.Christianity Today (2000)
They were effective because the northern public was increasingly disenchanted with federal intervention on behalf of what were widely viewed as corrupt and tottering Republican regimes.America Past and Present (1995) Times, Sunday Times (2007)
When it was put to him that England fans were disenchanted with the team, he almost winced.The Sun (2012)
Some people, disenchanted with the fruits of revolution after political and economic turmoil, take a pragmatic view.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He claims voters are disenchanted with the two main parties because of the Iraq War and trouble with the economy.The Sun (2008)
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