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disillusion (verb), disillusions; disillusioned; disillusioning
To cause someone to realize that an ideal is false or an idea is mistaken: After reading the headlines in the newspaper, Stan felt that he had been disillusioned in his belief that the new mayor would improve the economic problems of the city.
To have a pleasant but a mistaken belief take away.
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To separated from an idea of wealth.
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To have a belief in the goodness of someone turned into the opposite.
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This entry is located in the following units: dis-, di-, dif- (page 16) lud-, ludi-, lus- (page 2)
Word Entries at Get Words: “disillusioned
To cause people to realize that an idea which they have is false or that a belief is wrong. (3)