Definition of illude in English:

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illude

Pronunciation: /ɪˈl(j)uːd/

verb

[with object] literary
Trick; delude: he had allowed his imagination to illude him
More example sentences
  • He illuded her about his age.

Origin

Late Middle English: from Latin illudere 'to mock'.

Words that rhyme with illude

allude, brood, collude, conclude, crude, delude, dude, elude, étude, exclude, extrude, exude, feud, food, include, intrude, Jude, lewd, mood, nude, obtrude, occlude, Oudh, preclude, protrude, prude, pseud, pultrude, rood, rude, seclude, shrewd, snood, transude, unglued, unsubdued, who'd, you'd

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