disenchanter
noun see disenchant

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • disenchant — transitive verb Etymology: Middle French desenchanter, from des dis + enchanter to enchant Date: circa 1586 to free from illusion • disenchanter noun • disenchanting adjective • disenchantingly adverb • disenchantment …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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