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disenchanted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisenchanteddis‧en‧chant‧ed /ˌdɪsɪnˈtʃɑːntɪd $ -ˈtʃænt-/ adjective  DISAPPOINTEDdisappointed with someone or something, and no longer believing that they are good syn disillusioneddisenchanted with By that time I was becoming disenchanted with the whole idea.see thesaurus at disappointeddisenchantment noun [uncountable] Voters expressed growing disenchantment with the government.
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disenchantedThe party's greatest problem is trying to win back the support of its own disenchanted members.Radical intellectuals were the most disenchanted of all.A more realistic threat could be posed by a disenchanted or jealous army officer.Heads now have the task of leading tired and disenchanted teachers through the greatest innovation of all.Also, the world becoming disenchanted, the spirits and demons expelled from the air were now taken inside.After three divorces he must be pretty disenchanted with married life.But I'd also become disenchanted with pro-lifers who seemed to be saying that they loved my unborn baby but hated me!disenchanted withVoters seem disenchanted with government in general.
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