disaffected Britons could give their vote to someone in the developing world who wanted a say in their election.
“Some Taliban fear Turkey could become a safe, new nest for disaffected commanders,” says the high-ranking officer.
Catania would get 90 percent of disaffected white Democrats, 90 percent of Independents and every Republican.
Israeli intelligence has also expressed an interest in collaborating with disaffected minority groups inside Iran.
There is an army of the disaffected who might just be willing to listen to the Republicans if the offer were right.
Accordingly the outbreak of the second Sikh war, in 1848 found the disaffected chieftains ready for rebellion.
At bottom these disaffected minds have too much misplaced self-respect.
The absence of Joel cast a shade of doubt over the minds of the disaffected.
The war continues to be carried on solely in the disaffected region.
The fruit of their connection, if there were any, was always attached to the disaffected person.
"estranged, hostile," usually in reference to authority, 1630s, past participle adjective from disaffect. Related: Disaffectedly; disaffectedness.