disenchant definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To clear of impression or untrue belief; undeceive.
    • To without enchantment; to produce from the energy of charms or means.
    • to no-cost (one) from fascination or delusion; to destroy the false hopes or overoptimistic expectations of (one); to disillusion; -- used with men and women or activities once the agent (topic).
    • To free from illusion or false belief; undeceive.
    • To without enchantment; to produce through the energy of charms or spells.
    • to free (people) from fascination or delusion; to destroy the false hopes or overoptimistic objectives of (an individual); to disillusion; -- used in combination with men and women or activities once the representative (topic).
  • verb:
    • to free some body from illusion, untrue belief or enchantment; to undeceive or disillusion
    • to nullify a spell or miraculous enchantment
    • free of enchantment
    • to no-cost somebody from illusion, untrue belief or enchantment; to undeceive or disillusion
    • to nullify a spell or miracle enchantment
    • clear of enchantment
  • others:
    • To without enchantment; deliver through the energy of charms or means, or of an enchanter; free of fascination or delusion.
    • To without enchantment; deliver from energy of charms or spells, or of an enchanter; free of fascination or delusion.

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