Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disillusion.(verb)
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Use "disillusions" in a sentence
"In love as in life, expectation avails us but little; through loving we learn to love; and it is the so-called disillusions of pettier love that will, the most simply and faithfully, feed the immovable flame of the mightier love that shall come, it may be, to illumine the rest of our life."
"I had earlier mentioned selling a reprint to an SF anthology, which I can now talk about since I've heard back from my collaborator (didn't want to announce it until he'd had a chance to approve): it's a story I co-wrote with Mike Resnick a few years ago, titled "disillusions" which will be reprinted in THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF SORCERERS 'TALES (I think that's the working title) by Constable Robinson in the UK and Carroll & Graf in the US."
"What intrigued me about this new book were the hopes and dreams and disillusions of these two women, their inner lives, the specific circumstances that bring them together, their resolve to survive, and the fact that their relationship evolves into something meaningful and powerful, even as the world around them unravels and slips into chaos."