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Disaffection's failure to substitute misrule for bad government.

At this moment the Manx people showed signs of disaffection.

The cry of disaffection will not, in the end, prevail against the principle of liberty.

They disdain to drink for their principles, and there is no disaffection at their tables.

Rumors of the disaffection of the Cheyennes had come to the colonel.

His friendship was not to be despised, least of all by a family suspected of disaffection to the state.

Perdiccas treated this disaffection in a very haughty and domineering manner.

It has been indicated that disaffection followed the elevation of Losada to the presidency.

The Cape Civil Service was tainted throughout with disaffection.

There seems to be no ground for charging Torrington with disaffection.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600; see dis- + affection.

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