disenchant

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to free someone from illusion, false belief or enchantment; to undeceive or disillusion
to nullify a spell or magic enchantment
{v} to free from enchantment
{f} free from enchantment; rid of illusion
free from enchantment
To free from enchantment; to deliver from the power of charms or spells; to free from fascination or delusion
disenchantment
freeing from false belief or illusions

Disenchantment with the religion led to a sharp fall in church attendance.

disenchantment
the act of disenchanting or the state of being disenchanted
to disenchant
disillusion
disenchanted
freed from enchantment
disenchanted
past of disenchant
disenchanted
{s} freed from enchantment; freed from illusion
disenchanted
If you are disenchanted with something, you are disappointed with it and no longer believe that it is good or worthwhile. I'm disenchanted with the state of British theatre at the moment. = disillusioned. disappointed with someone or something, and no longer believing that they are good = disillusioned disenchanted with
disenchanting
present participle of disenchant
disenchanting
freeing from illusion or false belief
disenchantingly
in a manner which disenchants
disenchantment
The act of disenchanting, or state of being disenchanted
disenchantment
{i} disillusionment, state of being free from illusion
disenchantment
Disenchantment 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. = disillusionment
disenchants
third-person singular of disenchant
disenchant
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