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Definition of the verb disaffect
What does disaffect mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: disaffected | disaffecting | disaffects
- arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness
- example: The performance is likely to disaffect Sue
- lexical domain: Emotions - verbs of feeling
- synonyms of disaffect: alienate / estrange
- more generic words: alter / change / modify = cause to change; make different
- more specific terms:
Alternative definition of the verb disaffect
- To cause a loss of affection, sympathy or loyalty; to alienate or estrange
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by J. M. Pinto
Disaffect, disaffect', v. Mon poie corunc. Disaffection, dis-af/ee' xion, a. N0i moipasi, noi mogacho. Disagree, dis-n-gn', v. Cobul zainam zaunc. Disagreeable, dis-n-gri'ei-Ы, a. Laic naslolo; corcoruncho ; bejar corpacho; cottin.
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
disaffect. ing, sinister, terrible, terrific 9ap- palling, cheerless, clamorous, desperate, frightful, ill-boding 10 afflictive, calamitous, deplorable, depressing, imperative, lamentable, oppressing, oppressive 1 1 apocalyptic, climacteric, distressing, ...
Intended to Exhibit: I. The Origin and the Affinities of Every English Word ... II. The Orthography and the Pronunciation of Words ... III. Accurate and Discriminating Definitions of Technical and Scientific Terms ... To which are Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History, and Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe and a Concise Grammar, Philosophical and Practical, of the English Language by Noah Webster
DISAFFECT, v. t. [dis and affect.] To alienate affection; to make less friendly to ; to make less faithful to a person, party or cause, or less zealous to support it; to make discontented or unfriendly; as, an attempt was made to disaffect the army. 2 .
A dictionary of the principal languages spoken in the Bengal Presidency, English, Bángálí and Hindústaní (1837)
by P. S. D'Rozario
dilbigárná Disaffect'ed, pa. not disposed to zeal or affection — asantushla, ahitaishi, birakta, utsdhabarjita — náráz, badkhwáh, badgumán, bedil [hadzanní, nárází, besháfaqatí Disaffec'tion, s. dislike, want of affection— ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1863)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
DISABUSED DiSAFFECT DISAGREE po, to burst.] A bursting or rending asunder . [See DisRUPTION.] DIS, a prefix or inseparable preposition, from the Latin, whence Fr. des, Sp. dis, and de may in some instances be the same word contracted ...
To which is Added, a Concise Classical Dictionary by Robert Sullivan
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Scrabble value of D2I1S1A1F4F4E1C3T1
The value of this 9-letter word is 18 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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