Examples of disaffect in a Sentence
the troops were disaffected by the extension of their tours of duty
Recent Examples of disaffect from the Web
The two soon gravitated to Club 57 where Ms. Magnuson and a crew of kindredly disaffected School of Visual Arts graduates were already holding court.
There’s nostalgia there in part because so many people have been disaffected by the [Sirleaf] regime.
If the Democrats were to nominate a leftist in the mold of Bernie Sanders, Kasich and Hickenlooper would create a party for affluent people disaffected by Trump’s demagoguery but scared of Sanders’s socialism.
Some of the MILF’s younger members are said to be disaffected with its ageing leadership.
Encouraged by the Islamic State’s setbacks in Iraq and Syria, al-Qaeda is making a play for the allegiance of the Islamic State’s disaffected followers as well as legions of sympathizers around the world, analysts say.
Much has been made of Trump’s ties to prosperity gospel-preaching televangelists, and his own wealth and success as something to which disaffected working-class people might aspire, however irrationally.
Mr. de Blasio had been facing a campaign for re-election next year in a climate in which white voters, particularly in the brownstone Brooklyn precincts that first elected him, were disaffected by his performance.
These techniques resonate with a generation disaffected by conventional politics.
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First Known Use of disaffect
Synonym Discussion of disaffect
- his estranged wife
- managed to alienate all his coworkers
- troops disaffected by hunger
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