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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisaffecteddis‧af‧fec‧ted /ˌdɪsəˈfektɪd◂/ adjective formal  UNFAITHFULnot satisfied with your government, leader etc, and therefore no longer loyal to them or no longer believing they can help you the disaffected youth from poor neighborhoodsdisaffection /-ˈfekʃən/ noun [uncountable]
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disaffectedLast-minute concessions had been made to disaffected groups to win their support.Within a year or two, the persona of the disaffected hipster would prove too cynical, too alienated to last.Before the election, they often gave the impression that they saw it only as a sop for disaffected left-wing intellectuals.But he was equally anxious to convince disaffected voters that he was listening to them.Candidates are trying to attract disaffected voters.Both Tarantino and Dahl direct and write for the disaffected youth of today.
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