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disillusion definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To release or rob of impression.
    • To without an illusion; to disillusionize.
    • To free or deprive of impression.
    • To free of an illusion; to disillusionize.
  • noun:
    • The act of disenchanting.
    • the problem or fact to be disenchanted.
    • The act or process of disenchanting or releasing from a false belief.
    • The state of having been or procedure of becoming freed of false belief.
    • The act or process of freeing from an illusion, or the state to be freed therefrom.
    • A freeing or getting free of impression; their state to be disillusioned or disenchanted; disenchantment.
    • freeing from false belief or illusions
    • The work of disenchanting.
    • The condition or fact of being disenchanted.
    • The work or procedure for disenchanting or freeing from a false belief.
    • their state of experiencing already been or process of becoming freed of false belief.
    • The act or procedure of freeing from an illusion, or even the state of being freed therefrom.
    • A freeing or getting free from illusion; their state to be disillusioned or disenchanted; disenchantment.
    • freeing from false belief or illusions
  • verb:
    • To release or deprive of impression; to disenchant.
    • free of enchantment
    • To free or rob of illusion; to disenchant.
    • clear of enchantment
  • others:
    • To free of illusion; disenchant.
    • To free from illusion; disenchant.
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