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Its failure to deliver results for millions of disenchanted voters has led them to abandon the centre and look for answers elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Worry No 2 was that savers would rapidly become disenchanted because of poor investment returns and high charges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She is not the only doctor to have become disenchanted over the years. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But as times goes on he becomes increasingly disenchanted with the brutality of the regime. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Mayor ought to forget any idea of trying to push him out if he becomes disenchanted. Times, Sunday Times (2009)As proved in the past, people become disenchanted with one party staying in power for a long period. The Sun (2009)With polls showing that voters remain deeply disenchanted with the performance of much of the public sector, it looks politically painful, too. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I'M a football junkie but I've become disenchanted by what was once the beautiful game. The Sun (2011)
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British English: disenchanted ADJECTIVE
If you are disenchanted with something, you are disappointed with it and no longer believe that it is good or worthwhile.
The electorate had grown disenchanted with politics.
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