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illude Line breaks: il¦lude
Pronunciation: /ɪˈl(j)uːd/

Definition of illude in English:


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


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

Words that rhyme with illude

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