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During the height of his disenchantment, he visited his hometown where an old friend gave him some liquid acid.

Disenchantment with the president strengthened after he deported 1.7 million immigrants.

“Instead of the commotion of love, she felt the abyss of disenchantment,” as Garcia Marquez writes.

Many Venezuelans, especially the poor, continue to identify with him, even though disenchantment has grown.

That disenchantment is what leads to anger and apathy toward any involvement in the process.

But in the midst of his enjoyment he experienced a complete disenchantment with his travelling companion.

Even if your first passion for her does cool somewhat, will nothing remain but disenchantment and depression?

There was no anger, however, in her voice, and not even a harsh plaint; only a detached accepted disenchantment.

There comes to us, from time to time, a feeling of disenchantment toward almost everything life has to offer us.

Eudæmon was fully aware that only one hour during the twenty-four was available for the purpose of disenchantment.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disenchantment, such as: adversity, blow, chagrin, defeat, discontent, and disillusionment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.