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Definition of "deluding" [deluding]

  • Present participle of delude. (verb)

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Use "deluding" in a sentence
  • "Constitution, the President of the United States succeeded in deluding the people of those States into the belief that the purpose of this"
  • "People do whatever they want, nobody can tell them otherwise because apparently there’s some value in deluding yourself that you always know what’s right, then when it blows up in their face, the rest of us have to deal with it."
  • "People do whatever they want, nobody can tell them otherwise because apparently there’s some value in deluding yourself that you always know what’s right, then when it blows up in their face, the rest of us have to deal withit."