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disillusion
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Catch-22
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  • Captain Black was deeply disillusioned by this treacherous stab in the back from someone in high place upon whom he had relied so confidently for support.
  • He was a glowering, vengeful, disillusioned Indian who hated foreigners with names like Cathcart, Korn, Black and Havermeyer and wished they’d all go back to where their lousy ancestors had come from.
  • His face was agog with befuddlement and disillusion.
  • You’re a frustrated, unhappy, disillusioned, undisciplined, maladjusted young man!’
  • ’For this,’ replied the major, and, with an air of disillusioned disgust, tossed down on the table the pad on which the chaplain had signed his name.

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  • disillusioned by the hard realities of politics
  • I went into the business for the money, and the art grew out of it. If people are disillusioned by that remark, I can’t help it. It’s the truth.
    Charlie Chaplin

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