Example sentences for: delusion

How can you use “delusion” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • They also bolstered an important delusion: that a movie as awful as The Avengers is the exception and not the rule.

  • So let us note: James Joyce's novel is Finnegans Wake (1939), not “Finnegan's,” E. M. Forster's is Howards End (1910) (another house name, by the way), not “Howard's,” and, a potential double delusion, Shakespeare's famous play is Love's Labour's Lost (1598), with two apostrophes.

  • But it's still true, and imagining that low wages and poor working conditions are realities imposed upon developing countries by the United States is a delusion that makes understanding the actual operations of the WTO impossible.

  • He discovered that his wife, 38, was discussing more than drywall with their married contractor, 40, when the pair was photographed by the Globe . The publication seems to have a sort of social consciousness about not letting celebrities suffer the delusion that they are happily married.

  • The delusion: Americans credit the president for national prosperity he has nothing to do with.


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