[ dih-loo-siv ]
/ dɪˈlu sɪv /
Also de·lu·so·ry [dih-loo-suh-ree] /dɪˈlu sə ri/.
de·lu·sive·ly, adverbde·lu·sive·ness, nounnon·de·lu·sive, adjectiveun·de·lu·sive, adjective
un·de·lu·sive·ly, adverbun·de·lu·sive·ness, nounun·de·lu·so·ry, adjective
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Examples from the Web for delusory
It would be delusory to take the MB's democratic protestations at face value.
Such are often given over to woeful hard-heartedness or despair; for God will not be mocked with delusory words.A Christian Directory (Volume 1 of 4)|Richard Baxter
Word Origin and History for delusory
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