illusion

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Where his real self was he did not know, so he toyed with the illusion.

There was none of the illusion of separation; he was always there, like Katie.

It was merely a semblance, which effaced itself; the vanishing of an illusion.

"Sir, you break the illusion of the scene," mildly remonstrates the showman.

Illusion is always in the market and can be had on easy terms.

Commit it then to the flames: for it can contain nothing but sophistry and illusion.

It was an illusion departing, and it was at least necessary that the illusion should be changed.

You shall be true to the illusion—we shall be true to it—I will help you in it, strengthen you in it!

I never spoke of having an illusion, in your presence—or till this evening.

Unfortunately, the difference in odor does not lend itself to the illusion.

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