illusionary illusionary  /ɪ ˈlu ʒə ˌnɛ ri/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) marked by or producing illusion

Usage(s):

  1. Unfortunately, the impression of roominess is largely illusionary.
  2. Now he refuses to budge past the illusionary end of the table, not even when his mother holds out a toy as a lure.
  3. There he encounters another rebellious but less illusionary young person from homea girl who finds life a hoax and love nothing but filth.

News

  • The 7 Day Stretch

    Thurs/6/27 THE ILLUSIONARY MAGIC OF CHAZZ For over 20 years, Chazz the magician has been using imagery and illusions to captivate crowds all over the world. As an award-winning professional magician with tricks he’s positive you haven’t seen anywhere else,…
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Inland Empire Weekly

Quotes

  • "It is two points dropped, because we had the best chances and we had a regular goal that was cancelled by an illusionary foul seen only by the referee," Wenger said.
    on Feb 9, 2009 By: Arsene Wenger Source: The Age

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