Example sentences for: disaffected

How can you use “disaffected” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • They're disaffected, too.

  • Republicans fear that if he picks his issues carefully--education or the environment, not the IMF (too foreign)--vetoes some of the spending bills, and blocks a continuing resolution, he could galvanize disaffected Democrats in Congress and distract voters from Flytrap.

  • Even Japan’s disaffected youth, normally sporting dyed hair, nose-rings, and torn T-shirts (and whatever else constitutes the latest street fashions to be slavishly copied), will attend an important festival in an expensive traditional costume, perhaps indicating that, despite their parents’ concerns about their superficial appearance, some old values have not been entirely abandoned.

  • It has attracted active support from thousands of disaffected young Muslims and resonates powerfully with a far larger number who do not actively support his methods.

  • Some conspirators, certainly, were cold-blooded pragmatists; others were disaffected front-line officers who had suffered on the Eastern front.


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