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disenchant (verb), disenchants; disenchanted; disenchanting
1. To make someone stop believing that something, or somebody, is worthwhile, right, or deserving of support.
2. To free someone from a belief: "Joe was disenchanted from the magic spell when he realized how it was a trick and not a real situation."
3. To rid of, or to free from, enchantment, illusion, credulity, etc.
4. Etymology: from about 1586, from Middle French (language as written and spoken about 1400 to 1600) desenchanter, from des-, "dis-" + enchanter, "to enchant" (from Middle English enchanten, from Old French enchanter, from Latin incantre, "to utter an incantation, to cast a spell", from en-, in-, "against" + cantre, "to sing".
This entry is located in the following units: cant-, chant- (page 2) dis-, di-, dif- (page 14)
disenchanted (adjective), more disenchanted, most disenchanted
This entry is located in the following unit: cant-, chant- (page 2)