of, relating to, or characterized by illusions; deceptive; misleading.
- Also il·lu·sion·al [ih-loo-zhuh-nl] /ɪˈlu ʒə nl/ .
- non·il·lu·sion·al, adjective
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How to use illusionary in a sentence
The off-road part of SUVs like the Cullinan is mostly illusionary.The first Rolls-Royce SUV has tricks that might actually justify its price tag | Dan Carney | October 5, 2020 | Popular-Science
In short, their arguments are illusionary in proportion as they themselves value them.A Critical Examination of Socialism | William Hurrell Mallock
In this sentence there is expressed full knowledge of the illusionary nature of the lower personality.Christianity As A Mystical Fact | Rudolf Steiner
One can never hope to surpass the illusionary appearance of a tableau vivant.The Practice and Science Of Drawing | Harold Speed
What is it in this world that we love to believe real is not illusionary,—the question of duration being the only difference?A Day's Ride | Charles James Lever
All were as transitory as smoke, as illusionary as the opium-eater's mid-day dream.The Tyranny of the Dark | Hamlin Garland