Disenamor

Dis`en`am´or


v. t.1.To free from the captivity of love.
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He spoke of 'a disenamored country, devoid of initiatives as it awaits the inevitable,' waddling in a moral crisis which 'is not a construction by the media,' but rather constitutes now 'an appeal to everyone.' He spoke of an 'infected' country, in urgent need of change through the decisive intervention of 'a renewed Christian subject,' ending thus both his assessment and an entire phase of the political position of the Italian Church.
During the '70s and '80s, Alexander Horwath has reported, many cinephiles became disenamored of what they considered to be a "cinema of film theory," which lent itself best to academic appreciations rather than enthralling experiences in the dark.
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