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disenchanted

adjective
     
dis‧en‧chant‧ed
disappointed with someone or something, and no longer believing that they are good [= disillusioned]
disenchanted with
By that time I was becoming disenchanted with the whole idea.
disenchantment noun [uncountable]
Voters expressed growing disenchantment with the government.

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