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Sentence count:72Posted:2017-03-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: illusiveSimilar words: illusionillustrateillustriousdisillusionillustrationdisillusioneddisillusionmentallusionMeaning: [ɪ'luːsərɪ]  adj. based on or having the nature of an illusion. 
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1. It'seemed to an idealistic and illusory dream.
2. First impressions can often prove illusory.
3. For feminists, therefore, the comfort they give is illusory.
4. Signs of economic recovery may be illusory.
5. Escape proves illusory, as we must know it will.
6. And like those concepts, its benefits are illusory and potential consequences alarming.
7. Some one will object that this worry is illusory because the Federal Reserve can always rescue us with easier monetary policy.
8. The $ 200, 000 capital gain is illusory, reflecting the change in the overall price level since 1962.
8. try its best to gather and build good sentences.
9. The Ego is the limited, separated, illusory self which can not see beyond the end of its own nose.
10. Whatever we do, we must avoid the illusory solution of disengaging from the world by abandoning peace operations.
11. It turned illusory even the things on which she had fixed in the attempt to make the strange world real.
12. This leads me to question the completely illusory quality of such identifications.
13. But such a decline was illusory - caused largely by the unusual circumstances of the 1931 General Election.
14. His freedom is illusory.
15. Any power he may seem to have is purely illusory.
16. Their hopes of a peaceful solution turned out to be illusory.
17. It is important to wrestle with questions of how far a belief corresponds to reality or is illusory.
18. Derrida reverses this priority by making all apparently logocentric forms of discourse secondary and indeed illusory.
19. Critical thinking is replaced by a consensus that is illusory.
20. Different methods can influence the difficulty of test items and so the precision in the criterion statement may still prove illusory.
21. The vast benefits many farmers saw as accruing to cities as a result of rural exploitation were no more than illusory.
22. His universalism seemed to offer unending real misery punctuated by periods of illusory bliss.
23. Leland added: Since none the less the gentry of the vicinity were anything but affluent, the profits may have been largely illusory.
24. They were without coats and the warmth of the night had proved illusory.
25. Thus, on a Lacanian view, self-insufficiency becomes synonymous with the illusory nature of connectedness with others.
26. This apparent weakening of trade-union domination of the party machine was, however, somewhat illusory.
27. However, the national monetary sovereignty identified with an exchange rate union is illusory rather than real.
28. I look at them closely to see if this purpose is illusory, but I can't tell.
29. Purists argued that celibacy and spinsterhood were positive acts of self-determination, in contrast to the illusory freedom of libertarianism.
30. He looks extremely real and solid, and is clearly not illusory, but he talks in a stiff, halting manner.
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