verb (used with object)

to disillusion; disenchant (usually used in the passive and followed by of or with): He was disenamored of working in the city.

Also especially British, dis·en·am·our.

Origin of disenamor

First recorded in 1590–1600; dis-1 + enamor
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Historical Examples of disenamoured

  • Disenamoured of mundane things, you will live simply and unperturbed, in kindness and cheerfulness and in gratitude to Providence.

    Apologia Diffidentis

    W. Compton Leith