/ (ˌdɪsɪnˈtʃɑːntmənt) /

  1. a state of disappointment or disillusionment

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How to use disenchantment in a sentence

  • But in the midst of his enjoyment he experienced a complete disenchantment with his travelling companion.

  • Even if your first passion for her does cool somewhat, will nothing remain but disenchantment and depression?

  • There was no anger, however, in her voice, and not even a harsh plaint; only a detached accepted disenchantment.

    The Awkward Age | Henry James
  • There comes to us, from time to time, a feeling of disenchantment toward almost everything life has to offer us.

    Unveiling a Parallel | Alice Ilgenfritz Jones and Ella Marchant
  • Eudæmon was fully aware that only one hour during the twenty-four was available for the purpose of disenchantment.

    Baron Bruno | Louisa Morgan