Dis·af·fect v. t. [imp. & p. p. Disaffected; p. pr. & vb. n. Disaffecting.]
1. To alienate or diminish the affection of; to make unfriendly or less friendly; to fill with discontent and unfriendliness.
They had attempted to disaffect and discontent his majesty's late army. --Clarendon.
2. To disturb the functions of; to disorder.
It disaffects the bowels. --Hammond.
3. To lack affection for; to be alienated from, or indisposed toward; to dislike. [Obs.]
Dis·af·fect·ed, a. Alienated in feeling; not wholly loyal. --J. H. Newman. -- Dis*af*fect*ed*ly, adv. -- Dis*af*fect*ed*ness, n.
adj : discontented as toward authority [syn: ill-affected, malcontent,