The Republican Party has long been seen as the party of manliness and a refuge for disaffected working-class white men.
But Patterson said that at the moment he is not directly appealing to disaffected Tea Partiers.
“Some Taliban fear Turkey could become a safe, new nest for disaffected commanders,” says the high-ranking officer.
Oct. 10, 2011 A struggling Democratic president faces street protests from the disaffected left.
He hired a disaffected ex-Democratic wonk as his top social-policy guy.
Accordingly the outbreak of the second Sikh war, in 1848 found the disaffected chieftains ready for rebellion.
It has been said, it seems, that I not only belong to, but head a disaffected party in this town.
The absence of Joel cast a shade of doubt over the minds of the disaffected.
Probably the Irishmen were disaffected; for many of them joined the enemy.
The fruit of their connection, if there were any, was always attached to the disaffected person.
"estranged, hostile," usually in reference to authority, 1630s, past participle adjective from disaffect. Related: Disaffectedly; disaffectedness.