Etymology
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disillusion (v.)

"to free or be freed from illusion," 1855, from a noun disillusion meaning "act of freeing from illusion" (1814); see dis- + illusion. Related: Disillusioned; disillusioning.

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Definitions of disillusion
1
disillusion (v.)
free from enchantment;
Synonyms: disenchant
2
disillusion (n.)
freeing from false belief or illusions;
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