Delude

• (v. t.) To lead from truth or into error; to mislead the mind or judgment of; to beguile; to impose on; to dupe; to make a fool of. • (v. t.) To frustrate or disappoint.
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Delude

De┬Ělude' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deluded ; present participle & verbal noun Deluding .] [ Latin deludere , delusum ; de- + ludere to play, make sport of, mock. See Ludicrous .] ...
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delude

delude, deluded 1. To disappoint or deprive of by fraud or deceit; to defraud of. 2. To befool the mind or judgment of, so as to cause what is false to be accepted as true. 3. To bring by deceit into a false opinion or belief; to cheat, to deceive, to beguile; to impose upon with false impressions or notions. 4. Etymology: from Latin deludere, 't...
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