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- adj. Illusory; pertaining to an illusion, or of the nature of an illusion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. marked by or producing illusion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the characteristics of an illusion; fallacious; illusory.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by or producing illusion
Any sense of separation from One is the result of a foggy substance, best described as illusionary mist, that shrouds the spiritual eyes of beings who exist at the lower depths of the cosmos.
It didn't claim Paul's visions were "illusionary", only that it was "not uncommon at this time".
Police said the woman set-up "illusionary" projects in 2007 to fund her personal investments and schemes.
And second, his entire thesis regarding the ME is "illusionary" ...
International Rectifier responded by calling the offer "illusionary," and a "ploy" designed to gain favor with its shareholders.
This is fact, and cannot be undone by claims of productivity increases which are mainly illusionary. lgl
The benefits of Trade can be very illusionary in the first place.
Why, because at times, an egotist sense of self is so diminished and endemic, its false survival unknowingly depends on thrashing, belittling and insulting others to maintain a continuous sick illusionary story in their head necessary to misleadingly feed and encourage a diminished sense of self.
I'm giving an analysis of WHAT IS, not the illusionary vistas YOU seem to see.
Then, all that need happen is for the Doctor to notice something that allows him to see his world as illusionary ... or inconsistent in some fundamental way.
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