What an obvious and disenchanting to-morrow to the mad life he was leading!
What an inevitable and disenchanting morrow to the insane life he was leading!
Some disenchanting thunder was coming, I was sure, and I was right.
They thought only of conquering when they should have thought of disenchanting.
She never mentioned him, and Ashe could only suppose she had found him disenchanting.
They are not content to watch, but they introduce ‘tests,’ generally with the most disenchanting results.
Yet he could not go back, because there is nothing more enticing, disenchanting, and enslaving than the life at sea.
Don't make a mistake, it is disenchanting to hear Peter Ivanovitch dictate, but at the same time there is a fascination about it.
To be confronted day after day by the absent-minded, and to listen to their monotonous tale of woe, is disenchanting.
There is no disenchanting bird's-eye view of the counter with all things thereon.