verb (used with object)
Words nearby disenchant
Origin of disenchant
OTHER WORDS FROM disenchantdis·en·chant·er, noundis·en·chant·ing, adjectivedis·en·chant·ing·ly, adverbdis·en·chant·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for disenchantment
During the height of his disenchantment, he visited his hometown where an old friend gave him some liquid acid.DJ Spooky Wants You To Question Everything You Know About Music, Technology, and Philosophy|Oliver Jones|December 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Disenchantment with the president strengthened after he deported 1.7 million immigrants.
“Instead of the commotion of love, she felt the abyss of disenchantment,” as Garcia Marquez writes.Virgil, Jane Austen and Other Authors Can Teach Us About Love|Maura Kelly|January 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That disenchantment is what leads to anger and apathy toward any involvement in the process.
Disenchantment with President Obama and the liberal-led Democratic Congress have created opportunities.
"Nowadays we get it all through the winter," said the Baron with a gesture of disenchantment.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete|Emile Zola
All this looks like the disenchantment of our cherished illusions.Sermons|Clement Bailhache
To attempt the old beliefs were merely to give hostages to disenchantment.Cape of Storms|Percival Pollard
The schoolboy sat there a little while, then went home with a vague feeling of disenchantment, injury, and irritation.The Created Legend|Feodor Sologub
Practical idolatry required a rougher method of disenchantment.History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth. Vol. II.|James Anthony Froude