Disappointment if not disillusion is inevitable, particularly in light of the current economic meltdown.
The Warren Report was and remains a symptom of disillusion with whatever the government says.
The sloping baseline indicates melancholy, disillusion, and loss of innocence.
The downstairs portion of the Democratic base is increasingly beset by debt and disillusion.
She has no fear of these last, matching her wits against their appetites, paying them back cruelly in snare and disillusion.
Fortunate indeed is the disillusion which does not come too late.
But amongst the best he would have to set down love, and amongst the worst he would have to set down love's disillusion.
I should set it up on my writing table and call it 'disillusion.'
The book perfectly renders the disillusion, languor and sentimentality which characterise a self-centred scepticism.
She yielded, but her husband's castle completed her disillusion.