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disaffection definition

  • noun:
    • Discontent; unrest.
    • Alienation; lack of loyalty.
    • State of being disaffected; alienation or desire of love or good might, esp. toward those in authority; unfriendliness; dislike.
    • Disorder; bad constitution.
    • Alienation of love, accessory, or good will; estrangement; or, more generally speaking, positive enmity, dislike, or hostility; disloyalty: as, the disaffection of a people for their prince or federal government; the disaffection of allies; disaffection to faith.
    • In a physical feeling, condition; constitutional defect.
    • Synonyms Dissatisfaction, ill will, hostility, disloyalty.
    • the feeling of being alienated from other men and women
    • disloyalty toward government or to set up expert
    • Discontent; unrest.
    • Discontent; unrest.
    • Alienation; lack of loyalty.
    • State of being disaffected; alienation or wish of love or good will, esp. toward those in authority; unfriendliness; dislike.
    • Alienation; loss in commitment.
    • condition; bad constitution.
    • State of being disaffected; alienation or wish of love or good will, esp. toward those in expert; unfriendliness; dislike.
    • Alienation of love, attachment, or good might; estrangement; or, more usually, good enmity, dislike, or hostility; disloyalty: because, the disaffection of a people for their prince or federal government; the disaffection of allies; disaffection to faith.
    • Disorder; bad constitution.
    • In a physical good sense, condition; constitutional defect.
    • Synonyms Dissatisfaction, ill will, hostility, disloyalty.
    • the experience to be alienated off their individuals
    • disloyalty to your federal government or even to set up authority
    • Alienation of affection, accessory, or good might; estrangement; or, more generally speaking, positive enmity, dislike, or hostility; disloyalty: as, the disaffection of a people to their prince or government; the disaffection of allies; disaffection to religion.
    • In a physical sense, disorder; constitutional defect.
    • Synonyms Dissatisfaction, ill will, hostility, disloyalty.
    • the impression of being alienated off their individuals
    • disloyalty towards government or to established authority
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