Definition for DIS-AF-FECT'

DIS-AF-FECT', v.t. [dis and affect.]

  1. 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. To disdain, or dislike. – Hall.
  3. To throw into disorder. – Hammond.

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