Thesaurus / mirage
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The moment was a mirage of the kind of glory that Wall and the Wizards wanted to achieve.
JOHN WALL GAVE THE WIZARDS THEIR LAST GREAT MEMORY. THEN IT ALL FELL APART.JERRY BREWERDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
This may surprise some people who assume all of the gains are a mirage.
Meanwhile, a “red mirage” could happen elsewhere on the map, specifically those states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan that are processing and counting ballots much later.
9 QUESTIONS ABOUT 2020’S RECORD-BREAKING EARLY VOTE, ANSWEREDRANI MOLLAOCTOBER 30, 2020VOX
There are landmarks and there are mirages, and the mirages need maps most of all.
FAST-FOOD BUFFETS ARE A THING OF THE PAST. SOME DOUBT THEY EVER EVEN EXISTED.MM CARRIGANSEPTEMBER 29, 2020EATER
North of the spur a large flat plain extends, and here the mirage was marvellously perplexing.
TRANS-HIMALAYA, VOL. 1 (OF 2)SVEN HEDIN
Its socialism is a mirage, not a reality, and the matter-force law renders it necessarily so.
COMMUNISM AND CHRISTIANISMWILLIAM MONTGOMERY BROWN
Yet there is one people who cannot view the past through a mirage.
THE MAID-AT-ARMSROBERT W. CHAMBERS
They plunged into a pine wood and climbed for another two hours, the summit always vanishing before them like a mirage.
When the singing ended, the mirage faded, and Nilkanta of the stage appeared again, with his wild elf-locks.
MASHI AND OTHER STORIESRABINDRANATH TAGORE
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