Disaffection

Dis`af*fec"tion

(?), n. 1. State of being disaffected; alienation or want of affection or good will, esp. toward those in authority; unfriendliness; dislike.
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In the making laws, princes must have regard to . . . the affections and disaffections of the people.
Jer. Taylor.
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2. Disorder; bad constitution. [R.] Wiseman.

Syn. -- Dislike; disgust; discontent; unfriendliness; alienation; disloyalty; hostility.
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