To be disenchanted is to be unhappy or disappointed with something. When you're disenchanted with a job, you might not enjoy your time there or you might not feel like you're making a lot of progress.

  • The employee was disenchanted with the job and the company's policies.

  • She was disenchanted with the new house and the long commute.

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Example Sentences for disenchanted

  • 1

    He is more of a realist and a disenchanted moralist.

  • 2

    The fad dwindled as therapists became disenchanted in the 80s.

  • 3

    Rather he himself is more of a realist and a disenchanted moralist.

  • 4

    The Chinese were also disenchanted by the drunken brawls of the traders.

  • 5

    It's disenchanting at times lol.

  • 6

    Because I'm not just disenchanted.

  • 7

    I am sorry that you are disenchanted.

  • 8

    He became disenchanted with public art.

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    They also disenchanted those that couldn't be moved.

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    Others have become disenchanted with the BNP itself.