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illude ( ɪˈluːd) vb
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms)
literary to trick or deceive
[C15: from Latin
illūdere to sport with, from lūdus game] il•lude (ɪˈlud) v.t. -lud•ed, -lud•ing.
1. to deceive or trick. 2. Obs.
a. to mock or ridicule.
b. to evade.
[1445–50; Middle English < Latin
to mock, ridicule; see
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