use disillusion in a sentence.
This is clever, though it'll probably disillusion me about whether even tinkerers can take a principled stand against walled gardens.
Your friends hate to see you disillusioned, so they let you perpetuate the self-illusion that what you're proposing in your project will work.
Insane overreactions are becoming extremely commonplace and quite frankly, its very disillusioning.
The real point of disillusion came for me when I realized my advisor was so caught up in funding politics and jockeying for awards that he wasn't even looking at some of the research proposals we were sending out.
Agreed and local government tiers worldwide should STF and stick to the local issues and not get disillusions of grandeur and get involved with things that are above their pay grade - though Germany is even worse their counties have there own secret police FFS.
I take it you haven't seen @zeeg's tweets on the subject, then: Sorry to disillusion you about the Python community.
My experience after running (resurrecting) the local ruby user group ( all done/run by me) and for two years are disillusioning: At least here in Germany nobody gives a sh*t if you do something to the community.
I was a junior in college (summer of 07) and been working a disillusioning summer job as an undergraduate CompSci researcher when I first read about YCombinator and Justin.
That is until we are crushed under the disillusioning reality that the Screwheads (to borrow from HST's parlance) rule the world and will exploit us instinctively.
Don't let this article disillusion you, because it's not about clinical psychology or by a clinical psychologist.