Professor Dave Jennings, a disenchanted English teacher played by Donald Sutherland, has far less scruples.
Yet this, in the end, is a book from which one emerges sad, gloomy, disenchanted, at least if we agree to take it seriously.
And there you are, years later, a jaded, affectless, neurotic, disenchanted, sad person.
“Even the most disenchanted Democrat gets motivated to fight back” when told Karl Rove is active on the other side, Begala crows.
But we live in times where revolutions and uprisings are rising from the disenchanted and the dispossessed.
A lonely, disenchanted woman, without any ties or hold on life, she found herself now on the verge of forty.
The most marvellous powers are to be disenchanted from vibrations as yet inaudible.
He wondered who she was, and how she looked, and was humiliated to reflect how disenchanted she would be if she could see him.
Each must be disenchanted, and walk forth to the day in human shape.
I calmed myself by saying that this strong impression was due to novelty, and by hoping that I should soon be disenchanted.