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Adjective: disillusioned  ,dis-u'loo-zhund
  1. Having lost one's previous false hopes or beliefs; disappointed
    "But if he had hoped that his bitter memories would be speedily dispelled, he was to be sharply disillusioned"
Verb: disillusion  ,dis-u'loo-zhun
  1. Cause someone to understand that something they previously believed is false or overly optimistic
    - disenchant

See also: disenchanted

Type of: disappoint, let down

Encyclopedia: Disillusion