disenchantment


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disillusionment

Synonyms for disenchantment

freeing from false belief or illusions

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and perhaps a growing disenchantment with her new figure.
This phantasmagoria of goddesses and goddess-parts never received the attention it deserved, to some degree because of Bluhm's increasingly belligerent disenchantment with the art world, expressed in boomeranging attacks.
Such apathy and disenchantment did not emerge overnight
But rather than a sign of further disenchantment with the man she divorced in 1996, the television presenter is changing her name as part of a sponsorship deal.
The gadgets and the spaceships gave some people the idea that United States enacted some profound disaffection with creeping dehumanization, that it was a cri de coeur against the progressive disenchantment of the world.
DISENCHANTMENT within Irish Life and Permanent about the United States continued yesterday, with the financial giant looking poised to scrap plans for building up a fund management arm on the other side of the Atlantic.
The City's disenchantment with smaller companies knocked pounds 6.4 million off the value of GWB's quoted investments and overall headline profits dipped to pounds 8.24 million from pounds 11.9 million.
Self-engaged and self-satisfied, the gaze of Richter's model is not directed toward a landscape but at a magazine, which just as effectively tells the tale of disenchantment. To have positioned Richter at the end of the road would have been a less pious, more clever, and courageous move than that of making Beuys' mock landscape The End of the Twentieth Century, 1983-85, the climactic experience of the exhibition.
He said: "If we don't get real improvements in services for this level of investment, disenchantment among the public will grow and public confidence will ebb away.
The notion of sex as mechanistic--familiar from such Dada artists as Francis Picabia and Marcel Duchamp--is pointedly demystifying and antiromantic, but the notion of sex as animalistic, while subject to the same rhetoric of disenchantment, is more a topos of popular culture than of avant-garde art: it tends to be used to exoticize and romanticize.
Some disenchantment is setting in, particularly over the handling of the economy.
Meanwhile, Femi beseeched the Federal Government to use the recovered loot in addressing unemployment and disenchantment of the frustration of the youths.
What caused the people's disenchantment with the type of democratic government that preceded the rule of populist leaders?
He also expressed deep disenchantment with the BJP and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, accusing them of trying to destroy his party.
Gould notes that the Constitution of Liberia protects the right of people wanting to express the their disenchantment.He continues that the ANC party's main concern right now is the LD$15.5 billion dollars that allegedly disappeared in thin air.