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Disenchant

verb
(past & past part. disenchanted; pres. part. disenchanting)
1.
Free from enchantment.  Synonym: disillusion.



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"Disenchant" Quotes from Famous Books



... for chivalry, sir Hector," interrupted the Rover, laying his hand on the little riding whip, which had been thrown carelessly on the cabin table, and, tapping the shoulder of the tailor with the same, as though he were a sorcerer, and would disenchant the other with the touch: "Cheer up, honest and loyal subject: Fortune has at length ceased to frown: it is but a few hours since you complained that no custom came to your shop from this vessel, and now are you in a fair way to do the business of ...
— The Red Rover • James Fenimore Cooper



Words linked to "Disenchant" :   enchant, let down, disenchantment, disillusion, disappoint



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