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Ofri: To me, disillusionment is when you no longer feel you have the same energy to give to your profession, or your profession no longer feels like what it was when you entered.
That the disillusionment is great and I think it is.
Feelings of disillusionment surface when the expected outcome falls short of what a student anticipates in the context of effort they have expended (and sometimes in comparison with the efforts they perceive peers to have expended).
"To say that cloud is deep in a trough of disillusionment is plainly false here in the UK.
His story describes his growing disillusionment with the officers and with the war itself (again, not that unusual).
Compared to students, nurses were most likely to cite disillusionment with nursing.
But I understand there is a disillusionment from many people in the area but I would hope that disillusionment would not get in the way of people voting as that would be a shame.
I can't bear the disillusionment of seeing our heroes failing to belt out our anthem.
This smartly conceived and well-executed book looks closely at a dismaying phenomenon in corporate strategy: the way galvanizing new technologies or products are met with over-inflated expectations, subsequent disillusionment and--perhaps far later--eventual assimilation.
The book outlines the joy and then disillusionment of the progressive movements with the election of Lula da Silva of the Workers' Party as president in 2002 as it became clear that the socialism espoused by Lula in the 1990s had given way to neo-liberalism in office.
It has been prompted by personal and business pressures, which have increased over a relatively short period of time, and by my disillusionment with the role of local government as perceived and funded by central government.
The Spaniard voiced his disillusionment over the lack of progress in bringing players to the club after Liverpool lost the Champions League Final.