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Definition of "illusively" [il•lu•sive•ly]

  • In a illusive fashion. (adverb)

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Use "illusively" in a sentence
  • "There was no moon, yet the starlight illuminated the land, though illusively, with unexpected clusterings of shadow."
  • "The humanism of neuropsychiatry, so illusively sought in much of modern medical practice, is found in the manner in which neuropsychiatry is applied: how one interacts with and cares for the person with the illness."
  • "Professor Lowell controverts M. Antoniadi's claim to have proved that the lines are non-existent, and that the only markings are small separate shadings which are illusively seen as lines."
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