illusion in English

noun
1
a thing that is or is likely to be wrongly perceived or interpreted by the senses.
the illusion makes parallel lines seem to diverge by placing them on a zigzag-striped background
synonyms: mirage hallucination apparition figment of the imaginationtrick of the light trompe l'oeil deception trick smoke and mirrors(magic) trickconjuring trick magic conjuring sleight of hand legerdemain

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1. Time's an illusion.

2. Similar to visual illusion, cognition illusion becloud one's feeling to the real-world.

3. The Hermann grid illusion is an optical illusion reported by Ludimar Hermann in 1870.

4. Afterwards HAunter creates illusion

5. The Ebbinghaus illusion or Titchener circles is an optical illusion of relative size perception.

6. A tawdry illusion to dupe humans!

7. The two most common types of grid illusions are the Hermann grid illusion and the scintillating grid illusion.

8. The illusion of speech follows incidentally.

9. This is called a figure-ground illusion.

10. You think that, do you? Pure illusion!

11. Their marriage was an illusion and a deceit.

12. The Carpentered‐world hypothesis was put forward by to predict differences in susceptibility among different cultures to several geometric line illusions (the Müller‐Lyer Illusion, the Ponzo Illusion, and the Sander Parallelogram Illusion).

13. Caption: Figures 4a-b The tilt Aftereffect illusion

14. And wisdom usually follows illusion, delusion, and disillusion.

15. The whole thing is just a gigantic illusion.

16. Anamorphoses: Games of Perception and Illusion in Art

17. It gives them the illusion of divine aura.

18. What we see is an illusion a wraith.

19. The Carpentered‐world hypothesis was put forward by to predict differences in susceptibility among different cultures to several geometric line illusions (the Müller‐Lyer Illusion, the Ponzo Illusion, and the Sander Parallelogram Illusion)

20. After illusion novice stage careful experience, we discovered surprisedly the illusion novice experiences the part the content to modify is very big.

21. Even when there's only the illusion of a government.

22. Jenny Yoo Women's Paltrow Illusion Boatneck Long Chiffon Gown

23. He could no longer distinguish between illusion and reality.

24. Obduracy , illusion and delusion of one can be terrible.

25. The idea of absolute personal freedom is an illusion.

26. She was under no illusion that he loved her.

27. She's under the illusion that she'll get the job.

28. Optical illusion makes ship Appear to float 00:36

29. It's not a trick or an illusion or something?

30. The proletariat needs a defined evil, even as an illusion.

31. We now know that the canals were an optical illusion.

32. He cherishes the illusion that she's in love with him.

33. Barmecide room a room in which things are an illusion

34. The Acceptances is music for releasing the illusion of control

35. Mirrors in a room often give an illusion of space.

36. Love the child of illusion and the parent of disillusion.

37. An Allusion is an indirect reference, whereas an illusion is …

38. As we have discussed, our illusion needs to be flawless.

39. Without the two, her Eurasia travel is still an illusion.

40. The impression of calm in the office is just an illusion.

41. They were under the illusion that the company was doing well.

42. 5 He could no longer distinguish between illusion and reality.

43. In this fascinating illusion, the Clairvoyants first present a covered board

44. They were under an illusion that the company was doing well.

45. The mirrors in the room gave an illusion of greater space.

46. They suffer from the illusion that they cannot solve their problems.

47. The illusion did not last as Yuki took off his shirt.

48. It is an illusion that the Arctic is dark in winter.

49. Like the Holy Grail, it is a dream, a tantalising illusion.

50. Vincenzo Giuliani felt no need whatsoever to pander to that illusion.