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
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At any rate, he would have been unspeakably cruel to disillusionize her.
I am sorry to disillusionize you, but I don't care a fig for balls and garden-parties and salons.Mr. Crewe's Career, Complete