(USED WITH OBJECT)
to free from or deprive of illusion
, belief, idealism, etc.; disenchant.
a freeing or a being freed from illusion
or conviction; disenchantment.
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Feeling disillusionment means you're bummed out because you no longer
believe in something — usually because you find out it isn't as amazing as you ...
disillusionment (countable and uncountable, plural disillusionments). A feeling
of disappointment, akin to depression, arising from the realization that something
tr.v. dis·il·lu·sioned, dis·il·lu·sion·ing, dis·il·lu·sions. To free or deprive of illusion. n.
1. The act of disenchanting. 2. The condition or fact of being disenchanted.
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Disillusionment means having no more misconceptions, false impressions, and
false judgments in life; it means being free from these deceptions. However ...