Definitions and Examples of disenchanted, disinterested
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
No longer feeling enthusiasm or admiration for someone or something; disillusioned.
After working at the company for years, he became disenchanted with the management's decisions and decided to quit.
Not influenced by personal interest or bias; impartial; having no interest or concern.
The judge was disinterested in the outcome of the case and made a fair decision based on the evidence presented.
Key Differences: disenchanted vs disinterested
- 1Disenchanted implies a loss of enthusiasm or admiration for someone or something that was previously held in high regard.
- 2Disinterested implies a lack of interest or concern, without any personal bias or influence.
Effective Usage of disenchanted, disinterested
- 1Express Disillusionment: Use disenchanted to describe a loss of enthusiasm or admiration for someone or something.
- 2Impartiality: Use disinterested to describe a lack of personal interest or bias in a situation.
- 3Vocabulary Building: Incorporate these antonyms in your writing and speaking to expand your vocabulary.
The antonyms of enamored are disenchanted and disinterested. Use disenchanted to express disillusionment or a loss of admiration, and disinterested to describe impartiality or a lack of personal interest. These words can help you expand your vocabulary and communicate more effectively.