Meaning of illusionary in English:

illusionary

Pronunciation /ɪˈluːʒ(ə)n(ə)ri/

Translate illusionary into Spanish

adjective

See illusion

‘Liberties would be discarded to seek illusionary security; commerce would grind to a halt under the burden of regulation and continual emergency.’
  • ‘Dreams pervade the play, giving it an illusionary quality and heightening the sense of dark hilarity that frequently has the audience hysterical with laughter.’
  • ‘The momentary pain of a sting gives way to an illusionary floating feeling that lasts six to eight hours.’
  • ‘True, they ruled in favor of the Boy Scouts, and thus appeared to be acting with sensible restraint; but this sensible restraint is purely illusionary - and a simple example will show you what I mean by this.’
  • ‘Scattered throughout the park, sculptural forms of mythical animals, including unicorns and dragons, and anthropomorphic figures add to the illusionary experience.’