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Synonyms for disaffected

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discontented as toward authority

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Unless we engage the disaffected community in talks, there can be no hope of an acceptable solution to the current crisis.
Uncontrollable societies of disaffected individuals.
The Silent Disaffected Plurality is the largest and most interesting grouping to emerge from the data.
Into this arena comes the Tamarrod movement and its attempt to unite the opposition and organise the disaffected in a last ditch effort to force needed change.
The report pointed out that Breivik's tragic criminal attacks in Norway in July last year were 'a dramatic example of the potential of an organised, disaffected or unbalanced lone perpetrator'.
They stated Plaid Cymru is the only Welsh party, whereas in Gwynedd, due to the way the council chose to operate, to all intents and purposes like Welsh Conservatives, a number of us felt disaffected.
Nope, Mr Blair, that was all down to a couple of disaffected leaders who ignored UN rules and went to war.
The chef - who can be seen in Channel 4 series Jamie's Dream School as he tries to turn around the lives of disaffected youths - already has four centres in the North of England.
Summary: Five bishops are to join the Roman Catholic Church under a Vatican scheme for disaffected Anglicans.
Surely it was incumbent on him to warn the Archbishop of Canterbury that he, Pope Benedict, was to offer disaffected Anglicans - whole parishes and dioceses of them, including married clergy it seems at this stage - a new home in Rome?
But don't be surprised if McAdam polls well among the disaffected Southsider youth anyway.
The Prime Minister could veto plans for a national pay-as-you-throw bin scheme and scrap a deeply unpopular 2p rise in fuel duty in a bid to woo back disaffected voters.
He could veto plans for a national pay-as-youthrow bin scheme and scrap a deeply unpopular 2p rise in fuel duty in a bid to woo back disaffected voters.
In an open letter, he added: "However, we should also be aware that the reason the BNP can even gain a foothold in people's affections is because many people in our region feel so disaffected after the last 30 years of national politics that they are in danger of giving up hope in our regular main parties.
In this paper, the author draws on interview data from a research study into communication between social workers and looked after children for the light it sheds on why effective dialogue with disaffected young people can be hard to achieve.