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illude (verb), illudes; illuded; illuding
1. To trick, impose upon, to deceive with false hopes: Elva felt that the sales clerk was trying to illude her into buying beauty products with promises of a more romantic life.
2. To play upon with deception; to excite and to disappoint the hopes of something: After dancing with the prince twice, Harriet, the actress, was illuded into believing that he would marry her.
3.To disappoint the hopes of: Any increase in salary will simply illude the staff where Sam works because of the economic slowdown.
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illude (verb), illudes; illuded; illuding

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