Disenchantment [noun]

Definition of Disenchantment:

mental upset; displeasure

Opposite/Antonyms of Disenchantment:

Sentence/Example of Disenchantment:

But in the midst of his enjoyment he experienced a complete disenchantment with his travelling companion.

Even if your first passion for her does cool somewhat, will nothing remain but disenchantment and depression?

There was no anger, however, in her voice, and not even a harsh plaint; only a detached accepted disenchantment.

There comes to us, from time to time, a feeling of disenchantment toward almost everything life has to offer us.

Eudæmon was fully aware that only one hour during the twenty-four was available for the purpose of disenchantment.

However, the days that she passes with the poet are filled with disenchantment, disillusion, and bitterness.

This is emphatically the time of enthusiastic friendship and glowing love, if often also of cruel disenchantment and disillusion.

What small matters sometimes bring about that sudden disenchantment!

No one has ever more skilfully communicated his own disenchantment; no one ever blown a more ear-piercing note of sadness.

If not, how explain the charm with which he dominates in all tongues, even under the disenchantment of translation?