delusive

[ dih-loo-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF delusive

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It declared any "scheme of expatriation" to be "delusive, cruel, and dangerous."

The delusive pleasures that follow in the train of dark-browed night, all told of Edwin.

They may be delusive, but they cannot possibly be fictitious.

Has he not acquired a little of the delusive plausibilities of lawyers?

An answer in words is delusive; it is really no answer to the questions you ask.

The lusts of the flesh, the lusts of the eye—how mean, how delusive, how treacherous!

The stern virtue and nobility of Scipio proved a delusive promise.

The illusory connection of some insipid narrative is only delusive.

A delusive appearance of novelty is one of the most dangerous weapons of Cupid.

I cannot say this delusive safety was enjoyed, for there was unbelievable hardship.

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