Definition of be under the illusion that in English:

be under the illusion that

Believe mistakenly that: the world is under the illusion that the original painting still hangs in the Winter Palace
More example sentences
  • ‘No one should be under the illusion that because a plan exists in one form today that it will be that way forever,’ he said.
  • The Popular Unity's supporters were under the illusion that once in power it would fulfil the promise of profound political and socio-economic change.
  • Progressives have been under the illusion that if only people understood the facts, we'd be fine.
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Word of the day dinkum
Pronunciation: ˈdiNGkəm
adjective
(of an article or person) genuine