illusory[ ih-loo-suh-ree, -zuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF illusory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILLUSORY
It may be remote, it may be hidden by centuries of illusory nationality, but it must be there.
The fog was making the kind of dimness that has a curious, illusory character.
The illusory connection of some insipid narrative is only delusive.
The curative effect on bodily disabilities is thus often an illusory one.
Its garments too glistened so much the brighter with an illusory magnificence.
However natural this solution may appear, it is illusory and can lead to naught.
Such is the illusory character of this elevated and crystal atmosphere.
The excuse we are trying to make for the mechanicians is illusory.
That bubble has burst, leaving him only the reflection, how illusory it has been.
Civil laws are so framed as to make it impossible or illusory.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ILLUSORY
- few and far between
- null and void
- passed away
- passed on
- without foundation
- fool's paradise
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