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delude definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To deceive your brain or wisdom of: fraudulent ads that delude customers into sending in money. See Synonyms at deceive.
    • Obsolete To elude or avoid.
    • Obsolete To frustrate the hopes or programs of.
    • to guide from truth or into error; to mislead your brain or wisdom of; to beguile; to impose on; to dupe; to make a fool of.
    • To irritate or let you down.
    • To deceive your brain or view of: fraudulent advertisements that delude customers into submitting cash. See Synonyms at deceive.
    • Obsolete To elude or avoid.
    • Obsolete To irritate the hopes or plans of.
    • to guide from truth or into error; to mislead your head or wisdom of; to beguile; to impose on; to dupe; to create a fool of.
    • To irritate or let you down.
  • verb:
    • To deceive into thinking a thing that is untrue; to lead into mistake; to dupe.
    • To irritate or disappoint.
    • be untrue to; be dishonest with
    • To deceive into believing something is untrue; to guide into error; to dupe.
    • To irritate or disappoint.
    • be untrue to; be dishonest with
  • others:
    • To deceive; impose upon; mislead the mind or judgment of; beguile; cheat.
    • To frustrate or let you down; elude; evade.
    • Synonyms Mislead, Delude (see mislead); to cozen, dupe, lead astray.
    • To deceive; enforce upon; mislead your brain or view of; beguile; cheat.
    • To irritate or let you down; elude; evade.
    • Synonyms Mislead, Delude (see mislead); to cozen, dupe, lead astray.
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