Examples of illusory in a Sentence
an illusory sense of security
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When people started talking about using the regime's tools to bring about change, that was obviously illusory.
NFL management smiles when agents deceive media and fans with reports of illusory guarantees and inclusion of no-risk first-year earnings into total guarantee.
Democrats said the big gains for now are illusory since automatic budget cuts known as sequestration remain in place.
The Web as a freewheeling, democratic platform has been an illusory concept for the better part of a decade.
In addition to curbing their enthusiasm for Musk's illusory notions, Chicago officials should reconsider the airport express plan.
After the early portion of a typical veteran NFL contract is over (one or two years), the assumption of risk shifts entirely to the player with unsecured, non-guaranteed, often illusory monies (essentially team options).
But Smith, the committee’s top Democrat, said the bigger budget numbers could be illusory unless Republicans and Democrats agree to roll back a 2011 law that set strict limits on federal spending.
NATO’s principles are fake, illusory, and Montenegro becoming part of the alliance proves it.
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First Known Use of illusory
Synonym Discussion of illusory
- the apparent cause of the accident
- an illusory sense of security
- the seeming simplicity of the story
- the ostensible reason for their visit
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