delusive definition

  • adjective:
    • looking after delude.
    • Having the nature of a delusion; untrue: a delusive faith in a wonder drug.
    • manufacturing delusions.
    • Delusional.
    • Inappropriate to truth; developing part of a delusion.
    • Apt or suited to delude; looking after mislead your head; deceptive; beguiling; delusory
    • improper to reality or realities
    • Tending to delude.
    • Having the nature of a delusion; untrue: a delusive faith in a wonder drug.
    • yielding delusions.
    • Delusional.
    • Inappropriate to reality; creating element of a delusion.
    • Apt or fitted to delude; looking after mislead the mind; deceptive; beguiling; delusory
    • inappropriate to reality or facts
  • others:
    • Apt to delude; causing delusion; deceptive; beguiling: since, delusive arts; delusive appearances.
    • of this nature of a delusion; unreal; imaginary.
    • Synonyms See fallacious and deceptive.
    • likely to delude; causing delusion; deceptive; beguiling: since, delusive arts; delusive appearances.
    • Of the nature of a delusion; unreal; imaginary.
    • Synonyms See fallacious and misleading.

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