disillusionment definition

  • noun:
    • A feeling of frustration, similar to depression, arising from the realization that one thing is certainly not what it had been anticipated or considered to be, possibly associated with philosophical angst from having one's values challenged.
    • The work of releasing from an illusion; the state of being freed therefrom.
    • The work of freeing from an illusion, or even the state of being freed therefrom.
    • The process of disillusioning; hawaii to be disillusioned.
    • freeing from false belief or illusions
    • A feeling of disappointment, comparable to despair, as a result of the realization that something is not exactly what it had been expected or believed to be, perhaps associated with philosophical angst from having a person's values challenged.
    • The work of releasing from an illusion; hawaii to be freed therefrom.
    • The work of releasing from an illusion, or the state to be freed therefrom.
    • The process of disillusioning; the state to be disillusioned.
    • releasing from false belief or illusions

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