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Say it with a Southern accent while sipping sweet tea. Discreet means on the down low, under the radar, careful, but discrete means individual or detached. To disillusion someone is to rid her of an illusion, like lifting up the curtain to show that the wizard is just a man. Dissolutionon the other hand, is when everything falls apart. Both are disappointing.

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