had become disenchanted

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  • He had become disenchanted with the Dada group and began looking for a new style of his own.
  • Henry had become disenchanted with the Mormons and sold his property at a great loss in order to leave.
  • Prior to the revolution, Alexander had become disenchanted with the course of events in Russia and the court life.
  • Luna-C had become disenchanted with the hardcore scene in general, and the label had started to run into financial difficulty.
  • The WAYL also lost support from Azikiwe, who had become disenchanted with the league's radical activities.
  • The front office returned to the management style that had been in use during the Jim Paul era, bringing back many fans that had become disenchanted with the team in recent years.
  • Morton had become disenchanted by the music industry, but was enthused by the band's energy and agreed to work with them as a personal challenge.
  • Wollstonecraft had become disenchanted with Imlay not only because of his dismissive attitude towards her but also because of his greed.
  • By the late 1960s, the house had become disenchanted with the national organization and felt that the Dartmouth membership would be better served as a local fraternity.
  • At the time Geyer had become disenchanted with RCA and their refusal to let her record more original material, she was prepared to wait out her contract if necessary.
  • York had become disenchanted with his role in the Byrds and had voiced his reluctance to perform material that had been written and recorded by the group before he had joined.
  • The reasons given for his departure were that he could make more money in exhibition flights and he had become disenchanted with fellow instructor Arch Freeman.
  • Although a portion of the fan base had become disenchanted with Finch, even some of his detractors were critical of the way school officials handled it.
  • He won the seat at a by-election caused by the resignation of John Darvall who had become disenchanted with some of the more liberal features of the colonial constitution.
  • The members of the group were mostly Congressmen, who had become disenchanted with the GOP, and were eager for change.
  • Zamora had become disenchanted with Robles's obvious desire to do away with the republic and establish a corporate state, and his air of pride.
  • By 1974, Ferruccio had become disenchanted with his car business.
  • After touring in support of this record, the band experienced the departure of bassist Ron Verlin, who had become disenchanted with the music industry.
  • Unlike other groups, they were not motivated by a political ideology, but, they were activists who had become disenchanted and frustrated with traditional methods of activism.
  • Gaede eventually traveled in 1990, but by then had become disenchanted with communism.
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