disenchantment

[ dis-en-chant, -chahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disenchantment
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"Nowadays we get it all through the winter," said the Baron with a gesture of disenchantment.

Disappointment and disenchantment were falling on John Storm at every step.

The age of ten is the age of disenchantment—for those of us who can take a hint.

They are its victims: the victims of disgust, of disenchantment—often of remorse.

I conclude the disenchantment will arrive only too early at last.

I was conscious of a disenchantment, begun by Victoria, continued by the Baron.

I am older now, but the hour of disenchantment has not yet come upon me—nor ever will.

Birthdays, like Christmas days, were made for disenchantment.

The result of her disenchantment was in no degree the overthrow of her political faith.

He faced her with a sense of dread—apprehensive of some disenchantment.

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