disillusioning

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And very soon came that other sensation, so disillusioning, that all else was crowded out.

They are a disillusioning mirror in which I see myself a million times.

Now, it would seem on the contrary that they devote all their efforts to disillusioning us.

It was disillusioning to go to the place where there were many of them.

Happily, the disillusioning fog had come upon us by degrees.

When the tumult of my disillusioning was past, my mind grew clearer.

He was passing through the bitter stage of disillusioning which Claud had prophesied for him.

To have house and Bible shrink so, under the disillusioning corrected angle, is loss-for a moment.

Only a few persons showed any sympathy to sweeten for me the bitterness of such a disillusioning.

A woman's—a girl's—disillusioning is a very sad comedy—it should never have an audience.