Definition of 'disillusionment'
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He pictured Sarah, whom he strangely imagined as having grown wan and sad with fear, and loneliness, and disillusionment. THE SCAR (2002)Casey knew only too well from personal experience that from disillusionment comes indifference. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2002)You mean we communists never suffer from disillusionment ? THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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Translations for 'disillusionment'
British English: disillusionment NOUN
Disillusionment is the disappointment that you feel when you discover that something is not as good as you had expected or thought.
...his growing disillusionment with his work.
Definition of disillusionment from the Collins English Dictionary
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