Definitions for illudeɪˈlud

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

il•ludeɪˈlud(v.t.)-lud•ed, -lud•ing.

  1. to deceive or trick.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  2. Obs. to mock or ridicule. to evade.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

Origin of illude:

1445–50; ME < L illūdere to mock, ridicule; see illusion

Wiktionary

  1. illude(Verb)

    to delude, fool

  2. Origin: From illudo.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Illude(verb)

    to play upon by artifice; to deceive; to mock; to excite and disappoint the hopes of

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