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Adjective: disenchanted  ,dis-in'chãn-tid
  1. Freed from enchantment
    "The previously disenchanted individual is a less obvious but a likely creative contributor"
Verb: disenchant  ,dis-in'chãnt
  1. Cause someone to understand that something they previously believed is false or overly optimistic
    - disillusion

See also: disabused, disillusioned, sophisticated, undeceived

Type of: disappoint, let down

Antonym: enchanted, ravish [literary]

Encyclopedia: Disenchanted