disillusioned

[ dis-i-loo-zhuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF disillusioned
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Disillusioned and depressed, I left my work and went to the window.

And his smile fell now in mockery upon the disillusioned lad.

That's the best you can do, unless you want her to become like me—disillusioned!

Most young men, and most young women, live to be disillusioned.

Since then his devotees have been shocked and disillusioned.

Babies who appear old, disillusioned and tired of life at six months.

The sceptic, disillusioned, is stated to have failed to appreciate the joke!

Nejdanov was just as disillusioned about him as he had been about the factory.

But his playing seemed to her to have lost its fire and sweep; to be stale, and as if disillusioned.

He had been disillusioned concerning Mrs. Evringham and Eloise.

WORD ORIGIN

"to free or be freed from illusion," 1855, from a noun meaning "act of freeing from illusion" (1814); see dis- + illusion. Related: Disillusioned; disillusioning.

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