illusionary illusionary  /ɪ ˈlu ʒə ˌnɛ ri/


  • (adj) marked by or producing illusion


  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.


  • 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


  • "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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