Definition of "illusory"
  1. Prone to create a false impression or give a false sense
How to use "illusory" in a sentence
  1. The defendant's illusory statement aimed to mislead the jury.
  2. The language in the contract seemed illusory and raised suspicions about the party's intentions.
  3. The plaintiff argued that the agreement was illusory because it was not rooted in truth.

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