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2. passing away, death, expiration, passing on, dying out; obsolescence, extinction, extinguishment.

disappoint, v. 1. fail [s.o.], dissatisfy disillusion, disenchant, let [s.o.] down; delude, mislead, deceive; abandon, leave in the lurch, stand [s.o.] up.
2. defeat, frustrate, thwart, foil, balk; hinder, hamper, impede, interfere, interrupt, intervene; baffle, disconcert, dumfound.

disappointed, adj. discouraged, depressed, disillu sioned, dissatisfied, disenchanted, discontented; frustrated, thwarted, foiled, balked; abandoned, failed.

disappointment, n. 1. nonfulfillment, nonsuccess, failure, defeat, inefficacy; thwarting, foiling, setback, balk; miscarriage, abortion; fiasco. Inf. washout, fizzle, flash in the pan, Inf no-go, shipwreck.
2. disillusionment, letdown, dissatisfaction, discontent; mortification, chagrin, frustration, bafflement; regret, rue, sorrow, pain; bitter pill,
Inf. body blow, Inf. comedown.

disapproval, n. 1. disapprobation, objection, exception, disparagement, discountenance; deprecation, declamation, detraction; dislike, disfavor, displeasure, dissatisfaction; censure, animadversion, criticism; condemnation, denunciation, objurgation, berating; reprehension, reproach, rebuke, reproof; remonstration, expostulation, admonition.
2. boo, hiss, hoot, jeer, whistle, catcall,
U.S. Bronx cheer, raspberry; frown, scowl, glower, glare, black look, dirty look; nay, veto, thumbs down, rejection, denial, negation, refusal, disallowal; protest, demonstration, sit-in, boycott.

disapprove, v. 1. disfavor, deprecate, protest against, object to; remonstrate, expostulate, be against, come out against; disparage, discountenance, look dimly upon, take exception to, think ill of, dislike; frown upon, take a dim view of, look askance at, Literary, set one's face against; censure, denounce, deplore, animadvert on, curse, objurgate, berate, Obs. exprobate; condemn, criticize, reprobate, cry down, declaim, decry; inveigh against, rail against, run down, put down, Inf. knock down; reproach, rebuke, reprove, reprehend; admonish, chide, scold, castigate, upbraid.
2. veto, disallow, vote down, turn down, turn thumbs down; refuse to sanction, withhold assent, say no to, disaffirm; refuse, reject, deny, negate, negative, spurn.

disarm, v. 1. unarm, unman, disable, render defenseless or helpless or powerless, take the teeth out of.
2. lay down arms, sheathe the sword, turn swords into plowshares; demobilize, demilitarize, deactivate, disband.
3. set at ease, put [s.o.'s] mind at ease; calm, calm [s.o.] down, mollify, appease, conciliate, propitiate, reconcile.

disarmament, n. demobilization, demilitarization, deactivation, disbanding, mustering out; weapons control, arms limitation.

disarrange, v. 1. disorder, put out of order, displace, dislocate, move out of place; disorganize, unsettle, disturb, shake or shake up, discompose, derange; throw into disorder, disarray, dishevel, tumble, tousle; mess or mess up, Inf muss or muss up, rumple or rumple up; turn upside down, Inf. turn topsy-turvy, make a shambles of; clutter, litter, scatter or strew objects about.
2. mix
or mix up, shuffle, jumble, scramble; confuse, muddle, shake, fuddle, Brit. SI. muzz, snarl, SI. ball up; bungle, spoil, upset, upset the apple cart, SI. foul up, Inf. bollix up, SI. screw up.

disarray, v. 1. disorder, dishevel, mess or mess up, disarrange. See - disarrange.

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Often, this card shows choices and plans that have little or no basis in reality. Such things are typical of the developed imagination, and fine if they stay in the imagination. However when you try to implement those ideas in the real world you are leaving yourself open to inevitable disappointment when you realise that your vision simply does not work.

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