Definition of Disaffect in English :

Define Disaffect in English

Disaffect meaning in English

Meaning of Disaffect in English

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Disaffect pronunciation in English

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1. alien, alienate, disaffect, estrange

arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness

Example Sentences:
'She alienated her friends when she became fanatically religious'

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(tr; often passive)
to cause to lose loyalty or affection; alienate

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verb transitive
to cause to lose affection for; make unfriendly, discontented, or disloyal, esp. toward the government

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tr.v. dis·af·fect·ed, dis·af·fect·ing, dis·af·fects
To cause to lose affection or loyalty: The king's actions disaffected the colonists.

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