Definition of Disillusioning

1. Adjective. Freeing from illusion or false belief.

Exact synonyms: Disenchanting
Similar to: Convincing



Definition of Disillusioning

1. Verb. (present participle of disillusion) ¹

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Definition of Disillusioning

1. disillusion [v] - See also: disillusion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disillusioning

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Literary usage of Disillusioning

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1. American Life by Paul de Rousiers (1891)
"In a measure, the War of Independence was the first phase of a disillusioning, which is still far from being complete. Then it began to be seen that the ..."

2. Motherhood and the Relationships of the Sexes by Catherine Gasquoine Hartley (1917)
"It is to the prurient only that there is anything ugly or disillusioning in birth and love. The child will receive your information with wonder and ..."

3. The Nurse's Story, in which Reality Meets Romance by Adele Bleneau (1915)
""That's a very pretty speech," I answered lightly, "and I should so like to take it all to myself, but the very disillusioning fact remains—that it was your ..."

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