Examples of disenchant in a Sentence
if you thought that you could pass this course without doing any work, let me be the first to disenchant you
Recent Examples of disenchant from the Web
Trump fired his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after he was accused of roughing up a female reporter on the campaign trail and Trump’s children grew disenchanted with his stewardship of the election effort.
There’s a sense that Mexicans are growing disenchanted with the country’s main parties, including the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), PAN, and the ruling PRI.
Looney was disenchanted with the culture at Oklahoma.
In February of 2014, Gilbert became disenchanted with Grant and fired him.
At this moment I am disenchanted and disgusted that Curry, and others on the team, are so insensitive and rude as to refuse an invitation to the White House.
But players grew disenchanted on at least six teams that compete for multimillion-dollar prizes.
Are the Indians disenchanted with him? - Gary Coatoam, Sanford, Fla.
There's no reason for the Indians to be disenchanted with Naquin.
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Origin and Etymology of disenchant
Middle French desenchanter, from des- dis- + enchanter to enchant
First Known Use: circa 1586See Words from the same year
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