disenchantment


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disillusionment

Synonyms for disenchantment

freeing from false belief or illusions

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The Chairman emeritus of the National Patriotic Party (NPP) Chief Cyril Allen, one of the pillars of the ruling CDC has alarmed serious disenchantment within the CDC in the wake of President Weah's ongoing appointments of officials in government.
In Disenchantment , viewers will be whisked away to the crumbling medieval kingdom of Dreamland, where they will follow the misadventures of hard-drinking young princess Bean, her feisty elf companion Elfo, and her personal demon Luci.
Enrile, who was at the PNP Custodial Center at the time the bodies of the SAF troopers were brought to the police headquarters said survivors and the families of the SAF troopers who talked to him had expressed their disenchantment and resentment on the government over the carnage.
BST outlined its plans for gaining control of the League One outfit earlier this month in response to growing fan disenchantment at the Oyston family's handling of affairs at Bloomfield Road.
The Making of Heritage: Seduction and Disenchantment
I READ with interest the prospective Labour candidates letter to your newspaper and his criticism of David Jones's disenchantment with the Welsh Government.
It said that new procedures were introduced by FBR without consultation with the stakeholders and no instruction guide for the purpose was published before staring the procedures which led to disenchantment among the taxpayers.
Mureed Hussain said that there was disenchantment among the devotees of Hazrat Bahauddin especially from Sindh over Qureshi's using of the office of custodianship for his political motives and interests.
He said: "Personally, I sense at the root of disenchantment with the union in Scotland is a resentment against a larger, richer, altogether more powerful neighbour - England.
Christian Fundamentalism and the Culture of Disenchantment.
DISENCHANTMENT That doesn't mean he will win, nor that his party shouldn't have done even better on Thursday, nor that there aren't problems with his image and voters' disenchantment with mainstream politicians.
Ross conceives of and presents enchantment as questions, multiplicities, heresies, and caesuras, and he conceives of disenchantment as answers, norms, orthodoxies, grasping for closure.
Unfortunately, what one hears, is political disenchantment and bickering which appeared to have ripped the giant party apart.
Once upon a time they kept enchantment for one kind of poem and disenchantment for another.
The agency takes into account continuing street protests, writing: "The electorate has become increasingly disgruntled with austerity measures, and voter disenchantment has been expressed through street demonstrations in recent months.