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One of the men, who dispenses combat advice online using the handle Guerrilla Instructor, said he had enlisted in the Army but had eventually grown disenchanted and left the service.

They include pioneers of the original digital revolution who are disenchanted with its current state.

Yet this, in the end, is a book from which one emerges sad, gloomy, disenchanted, at least if we agree to take it seriously.

By May 2012, Seevakumaran seemed disenchanted with RSD and the game.

We have grown disenchanted with the possibility of our shared participation in that openness.

Initially thrilled by the Russian Revolution, Cahan was speedily disenchanted.

Some disenchanted Americans gave vent to a racial displeasure over this incomprehensibly exotic Miss America.

The letters of Joseph, who was now utterly disenchanted, had for some time been but one string of bitter complaints.

For the sorceress soon tired of her victims, and disenchanted them or had them slain as it pleased her.

Female loveliness, in especial, is more than one-half disenchanted beneath its evil eye.

But the childish conduct of that set of wiseacres soon disenchanted the national enthusiasm.

“The disenchanted chamber, without its gloom or its spectres,” observed the smiling Emmie.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disenchanted, such as: disillusioned, embittered, disappointed, jaundiced, knowing, and sophisticate.

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