Definitions for illusional
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality.
the state or condition of being deceived; misapprehension.
an instance of being deceived.
a perception, as of visual stimuli
Ref: ( optical illusion )
a delicate tulle of silk or nylon having a cobwebbed appearance, for trimmings, veilings, and the like.
Obs. the act of deceiving.
Origin of illusion:
1300–50; ME < L illūsiō irony, mocking, der. of illūdere to mock, ridicule =-il-il1+lūdere to play
marked by or producing illusion
"illusionary stage effects"
Illusory; being or pertaining to an illusion.