disanoint

Related to disanoint: disappoint

disanoint

(ˌdɪsəˈnɔɪnt)
vb (tr)
formal rare to invalidate the anointment of (a person)
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"The media always spend too much energy and time on the horse-race aspect, and it was no different this year," she says, "I don't remember that they anointed a front-runner this early and disanointed a candidate this early, as they did Howard Dean, or declared him dead and then resurrected him, as they did John Kerry."