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disaffected

adjective dis·af·fect·ed

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

Full Definition of DISAFFECTED

:  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.

First Known Use of DISAFFECTED

1632

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