Etymology
Advertisement

disaffected (adj.)

"estranged, hostile, having the affections alienated," usually in reference to one displeased with the actions of an authority or a party, "disloyal," 1630s, past-participle adjective from disaffect. Related: Disaffectedly; disaffectedness.

Others are reading

Advertisement
Advertisement
Definitions of disaffected

disaffected (adj.)
discontented as toward authority;
Synonyms: ill-affected / malcontent / rebellious
From wordnet.princeton.edu