illusion

  1. an erroneous mental representation
  2. something many people believe that is false

Illusion

[Krassimir Avramov song] It competed in the first semi-final on 12 May 2009, but failed to reach the final, finishing 16th of the 18 performers, scoring just seven points. Male lead singer Avramov performed parts of the song in falsetto. ...
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Illusion

[keelboat] The Illusion is a one-design, single-handed keelboat based on the lines of a 12 metre yacht. Its features include foot pedal steering, genoa roller reefing, full trimming facilities, large buoyancy tanks, and car-top mounting. It was designed by Jo Richards and Neil Graham in 1981. == UK clubs == Clubs racing Illusions in the UK ...
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Illusion

(a) An appearance that leads the person to draw mistaken conclusions.
(b) In conjuring, a perceptual trick.
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Illusion

(a) An appearance that leads the person to draw mistaken conclusions. (b) In conjuring, a perceptual trick.
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illusion

[n] - an erroneous mental representation 2. [n] - something many people believe that is false
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illusion

Generally, a delusion, deception, or false perception. Illusion is, like appearance, usually contrasted with reality. The concept is often used in the philosophy of perception and in epistemology....
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Illusion

Illusion: A perception that occurs when a sensory stimulus is present but is incorrectly perceived and misinterpreted, such as hearing the wind as someone crying. Everyone may occasionally experience an illusion. However, illusions are extraordinarily common in people suffering from schizophrenia.
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Illusion

An abnormal perception caused by a sensory misinterpretation of and actual stimulus, sometimes precipitated by strong emotion, e.g. fear provoking a person to imagine they have seen an intruder in the shadows.
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Illusion

Il·lu'sion noun [ French illusion , Latin illusio , from illu dere, illusum , to illude. See Illude .] 1. An unreal image presented to the bodily or mental vision; a deceptive appearance; a false show; mockery; hallucination. « To cheat the eye with b...
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illusion

1. <psychology> An unreal image presented to the bodily or mental vision; a deceptive appearance; a false show; mockery; hallucination. 'To cheat the eye with blear illusions.' (Milton) ... 2. Hence: Anything agreeably fascinating and charning; enchantment; witchery; glamour. 'Ye soft illusions, dear deceits, arise!' (Pope) ... 3. <physiol...
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illusion

noun something many people believe that is false; `they have the illusion that I am very wealthy`
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illusion

noun an erroneous mental representation
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illusion

(ĭ-loo´zhәn) a mental impression derived from misinterpretation of an actual sensory stimulus. adj., illu´sional., adj.
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Illusion

• (n.) An unreal image presented to the bodily or mental vision; a deceptive appearance; a false show; mockery; hallucination. • (n.) A plain, delicate lace, usually of silk, used for veils, scarfs, dresses, etc. • (n.) A sensation originated by some external object, but so modified as in any way to lead to an erroneous perception; a...
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illusion

a misrepresentation of a `real` sensory stimulus—that is, an interpretation that contradicts objective `reality` as defined by general agreement. For ... [5 related articles]
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illusion

illusion (i LOO zhuhn) 1. A deception; a false, although often pleasant, notion; a fancy, a delusion, misconception: The illusions of youth fade with maturity. 2. Semblance, misleading visual impression, optical illusion; hallucination, false image: Mirrors give an illusion of more space in a room. 3. A deceptive appearance; something that ...
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illusion

A magic effect, usually performed on stage and before a large audience. E.g., sawing a woman in half, vanishing an elephant, or transforming a motorcycle into girls.
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Illusion

(Lat. in + ludere, to play) An illusion of sense is an erroneous perception arising from a misinterpretation of data of sense because they are produced under unusual conditions of perception, physical, physiological or psychological. Illusion contrasts with hallucination in which the sensuous ingredients are totally absent. See Delusion; Hallucina....
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illusion

Type: Term Pronunciation: i-lū′zhŭn Definitions: 1. A false perception; the mistaking of something for what it is not.
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Illusion

A distorted perception of objects or events causing a discrepancy between what is perceived and what is reality. (sometimes confused with hallucination)
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Illusion

[company] ==Illusion`s Games== ...
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Illusion

[Elder Scrolls] Pic I took on 8-27-05 ...
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Illusion

An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation. Though illusions distort reality, they are generally shared by most people. Illusions may occur with any of the human senses, but visual illusions (optical illusions), are the most well-known and understood. The emphasis on vis...
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Illusion

A misperception or misinterpretation of a real external stimulus, such as hearing the rustling of le
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