[ dis-i-loo-zhuh-nahyz ]
/ ˌdɪs ɪˈlu ʒəˌnaɪz /

verb (used with object), dis·il·lu·sion·ized, dis·il·lu·sion·iz·ing.

Also especially British, dis·il·lu·sion·ise.

Origin of disillusionize

First recorded in 1860–65; disillusion + -ize
Related formsdis·il·lu·sion·iz·er, dis·il·lu·sion·ist, noun
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Examples from the Web for disillusionist

  • But his seriousness is essentially the seriousness of (in the higher sense of the word) the comic artist, of the disillusionist.