Disaffect meaning

dĭsə-fĕkt
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To cause to lose affection or loyalty.

The king's actions disaffected the colonists.

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(archaic) To cause to lose affection.
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To make unfriendly, discontented, or disloyal, as toward the government or some other authority.
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To cause a loss of affection, sympathy or loyalty; to alienate or estrange.
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Origin of disaffect

  • dis- +‎ affect

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