hallucination[ huh-loo-suh-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF hallucination
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALLUCINATION
Absolute equality is an hallucination of the hunger-fever, nothing more.
All at once, however, Claude fancied he was the victim of some hallucination.
He could not believe that Spurling had ever come; it was all an hallucination.
The simple matter is, dear madam, you have been under a hallucination all along.
When he saw her approaching he always had a moment of hallucination.
He took it to be the hallucination of a man weak with thirst.
Could it be, or was the moon weaving some hallucination in his troubled brain?
I could see that the poor fellow was under an hallucination.
I am sure this minister was the victim of some kind of hallucination.
He must forget the hallucination that had worked so madly on his brain.
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