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Synonyms for disenchanted

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freed from enchantment

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He woke up to an amazing infinity of contempt, to a droll bitterness of wonder, to a disenchanted conviction of safety.
There was mutton, a steak, and an apple-pie--nothing in the remotest way connected with ganders--and the dinner went on like a disenchanted feast, as it truly was.
The chaining of the door behind her, as she went forth, disenchanted Lizzie Hexam of that first relief she had felt.
Corbyn has them on the run because, like the SNP, he is not representative of the machine politics that have so disenchanted voters in all countries of the UK.
People who are disenchanted Nick Brown, MP for Newcastle East and the Labour Party's former chief whip, admits that his constituents "worry" about issues central to the UKIP campaign.
When a survey asked executives to determine which issues related to economic conditions impacted their workplace, 48 percent indicated an increase in lawsuits from disenchanted employees.
To avoid feeling disenchanted from one's career, it is ideal for people to start building a road map to success while they're still young and pre-empt any potential issues that may come along their way.
I'LL wager that the Scottish Tourist Board will not be enamoured at the prospect of their country leaving the UK - they will not only suffer the loss of subsidies paid for by the English taxpayers but the loss of revenue from English tourists disenchanted by the desertion could be considerable.
From the AV referendum, it was clear that big parties are disenchanted with the idea of change, while from the local elections it seems voters are disenchanted with big parties.
But Taylor warned that such a move could leave fans disenchanted.
Summary: Labour leader Ed Miliband has appealed to disenchanted Liberal Democrats to work with him against the coalition Government.
Educ8 Ltd achieved the award by running a three-week summer school for youngsters who had become disenchanted with education.
Richard Fadden, head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), also said he was particularly concerned by radicalized youths, whose families may have been in Canada for several generations, but who have become disenchanted with Canadian society.
Chiles, from West Bromwich, is thought to have agreed a pounds 6 million contract over four years with ITV after becoming disenchanted by the BBC's decision to replace him with Chris Evans on The One Show on Friday nights.
Governance in a disenchanted world; the end of moral society.