- לְשַׁחְרֵר מְאַשְׁלָיָהמאוכזבשלילת קסםשִׁחרוּר מִאַשְׁלָיוֹתdisenchants
Verb(1) free from enchantment
(1) Not only will this serve to disenchant the employee, it may also result in him or her taking the time off anyway and phoning in sick or being on unauthorised absence.(2) On the other hand, boys and girls and young men and women are clearly disenchanted with a system that frowns upon spontaneity.(3) Never before have I been so disenchanted with a party which I once loved.(4) But things went as before and once again the citizens were disenchanted .(5) Many people are disenchanted with all of the mainstream parties.(6) Faced with a worldwide boycott of British beef, authorities have disenchantingly persisted with face-saving reassurances, the majority of which are disproved with monotonous regularity.(7) At the same time, reports that the initial spurt in sales has not been sustained have created disenchantment in the market.(8) I have read the dispiriting and disenchantingly snobbish review of the disc and can happily report to have been confounded and mystified by that eminent magazine's slur on such profoundly beautiful music making.(9) He was not disenchanted with art, but with some of the conditions under which it is practiced and marketed.(10) The conference board said consumers are disenchanted with the labor market.(11) I know you want to effect change, so what's stopping you and all the others who are disenchanted out there?(12) Obviously measures have been taken to rectify the situation, but there is still an impression of disillusion, if not disenchantment .(13) At a time of deep disenchantment and voter cynicism, she stood out as an honest human being.(14) Unlike the women of legend who would end their own life instead of living after such a loss, such as we had disenchantingly envisioned her to be, she began her struggle.(15) By the early 1950s he was plainly disenchanted with the liberal ambiance in which he had worked.(16) To address the plot of the game├ö├ç┬¬ well, it's shaky, barely understandable, and for all intents and purposes disenchantingly boring.
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