Example sentences for: illusions

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

  • The Financial Times (which led Monday with the news that BP Amoco, the United Kingdom's largest company, was about to take over Atlantic Richfield of the United States in an all-stock deal worth $25 billion) carried a front-page headline "America's illusions crash with downed stealth" and said that TV images of the wreckage have shattered "the illusion enjoyed by Americans for years that the US military's technologically superlative weaponry meant it could destroy unseen enemies with little or no danger to American life or property."

  • Maybe this is the place to shatter a few more illusions, not restricting the names to England, as Mills does, but extending them to include other well-known places in Britain.

  • She's so good, you don't want her illusions to be dashed.

  • Result: too much credence given to incidents exposed elsewhere as hoaxes and illusions.

  • It was not until I took a classics course in college that I was told the original reading: the worst evil of all was at the bottom--hope, which feeds men illusions, which renders them blind to reality, which thrives on lies.


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