disillusion

[ dis-i-loo-zhuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disillusion

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In "Lear," Shakespeare was intent on expressing his own disillusion and naked misery.

His first disillusion was the house to which he was directed.

Bitterness and disillusion were all that it had brought her.

I drink the wine of aspiration, and the drug of disillusion.

The shadow of disillusion crept into his bright dream and clouded it.

She did not disillusion him; to do so she would have had to tell him that she had lied.

Under the sky of Paris and its cold light the disillusion began.

Fortunate indeed is the disillusion which does not come too late.

I should set it up on my writing table and call it 'Disillusion.'

She yielded, but her husband's castle completed her disillusion.

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