disenchanted

[ dis-en-chant, -chahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disenchanted
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How far she was disenchanted he did not know, and did not attempt to find out.

She had committed the greatest error of all: she had let him be disenchanted by familiarity.

The most marvellous powers are to be disenchanted from vibrations as yet inaudible.

Most were ready to be disenchanted at least and to find cause for alarm.

Each must be disenchanted, and walk forth to the day in human shape.

In this, as in all else, he was disenchanted, and we find him finally out of tune with life.

It would have disenchanted her completely, and I should have lost her.

La Dame aux Camlias disenchanted him from his own problems for the time.

But, to tell the truth, the vision of the man had disenchanted her.

If she were disenchanted, he knew whom he had to thank for it.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from Middle French desenchanter (13c.), from des- (see dis-) + enchanter "to enchant" (see enchant). Related: Disenchanted; disenchanting; disenchantment. Carlyle coined disenchantress (1831).

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