- N-UNCOUNT: oft N with nDisenchantment is the feeling of being disappointed with something, and no longer believing that it is good or worthwhile.
There's growing disenchantment with the Government.Syn:
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Disenchantment — Dis en*chant ment, n. [Pref. dis + enchantment: cf. F. d[ e]senchantement.] The act of disenchanting, or state of being disenchanted. Shelton. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Disenchantment — Sociology … Wikipedia
disenchantment — noun a) the act of disenchanting or the state of being disenchanted Disenchantment with the religion led to a sharp fall in church attendance. b) freeing from false belief or illusions … Wiktionary
disenchantment — noun the disenchantment of a first love gone sour Syn: disillusionment, disappointment, dissatisfaction, discontent, discontentedness, rude awakening; cynicism … Thesaurus of popular words
disenchantment — disenchant ► VERB ▪ make disillusioned. DERIVATIVES disenchanting adjective disenchantment noun … English terms dictionary
disenchantment — noun see disenchant … New Collegiate Dictionary
disenchantment — See disenchanter. * * * … Universalium
disenchantment — Term associated with Weber, for the eradication of values, emotions, traditions, in favour of strict means–end rational calculation. According to Weber this process involves social beings using knowledge for the purpose of controlling the world,… … Philosophy dictionary
disenchantment — Synonyms and related words: about face, awakening, backing, backsliding, ban, blackball, blackballing, complaint, debunking, dim view, disagreement, disappointment, disapprobation, disapproval, discontent, discontentedness, discontentment,… … Moby Thesaurus
disenchantment — dis|en|chant|ment [ ,dısın tʃæntmənt ] noun uncount the feeling of being disenchanted … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English