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disaffected

adjective dis·af·fect·ed

Simple Definition of disaffected

  • : no longer happy and willing to support a leader, government, etc.

Full Definition of disaffected

  1. :  discontented and resentful especially against authority :  rebellious <disaffected youth>

Examples of disaffected

  1. The troops had become disaffected.

  2. Both political parties are looking for ways to regain the trust of disaffected voters.



1632

First Known Use of disaffected

1632


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