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  • v  free from enchantment
  • s  freeing from illusion or false belief

  • These venture-capitalists have a dismally disenchanting evening in store for them.
  • Most of Playwright Ibsen's magic has survived the 46 disenchanting years that have passed since it was put to paper.
  • Re 10 questions with Van Morrison March 9: It's disenchanting to have spent a chunk of your life admiring and being moved by someone's creative work and then discover that the .

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