Definition of delusory in English:

delusory

Syllabification: de·lu·so·ry
Pronunciation: /diˈlo͞osərē, -zərē
 
 
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adjective

another term for delusive.
More example sentences
  • Yes, it is illusory and delusory, and yes we know that, but we must continue to live in it.
  • The Mayan calendar is a gateway to realms of consciousness that the majority of mankind has been blinded to by the use of false delusory calendars.
  • In this way, all unenlightened experience is fabricated by the various aspects of the mind as it generates a false self and projects delusory objects onto reality.

Origin

late 15th century: from late Latin delusorius, from delus- 'mocked', from the verb deludere (see delude).

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