My friend Tom is known for disillusionment.
Could anyone rephrase the above sentence by removing `disillusionment'?
This will help me to understand the meaning of `disillusionment'. Don't tell me to look it up in dictionaries, I have already tried it but I can't grasp exact meaning. So I am wandering your help.
Either Tom is known to shatter everyone's illusions( ideals) or
Originally Posted by user_gary
Tom is used to being brought down to earth( so he is disappointed), because he is an idealistic .