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The fact that you thought he was absent was your nightmare, your cross, but it was a delusion. ULTIMATE PRIZES (2002)You'll say I was imagining it, hallucinating, my subconscious was playing tricks, a neurotic delusion... I'm not going to argue with you. GRACE (2002)Many sensed the species ' possibilities within themselves, and whether this was delusion or revelation was impossible to tell. THE BROKEN GOD (2002)
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British English: delusion NOUN
A delusion is a false idea.
I was under the delusion that he intended to marry me.
Definition of delusion from the Collins English Dictionary
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