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And if politicians cannot satisfy disenchanted citizens while operating within established limits, then institution-smashing populists will soon be on the march again.
The distinct possibility remains that nothing changes, and that the protesters become disappointed, disenchanted, and discouraged.
Gregg had by then grown disenchanted with the West Coast music scene.
But players grew disenchanted on at least six teams that compete for multimillion-dollar prizes.
The disenchanted voter is a profile on which Le Pen seems to rely: Disappointed with the right and recently enraged by the left.
Many Democrats and many economists have also become increasingly disenchanted with the effect on American workers and the American economy.
Levin retired this spring under mounting pressure from investors who have become disenchanted with the share performance of the world’s largest media conglomerate.
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Definition of disenchanted for English Language Learners
: no longer happy or satisfied with something
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