deludable

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delude (dɪˈluːd)
 
vb
1.  to deceive the mind or judgment of; mislead; beguile
2.  rare to frustrate (hopes, expectations, etc)
 
[C15: from Latin dēlūdere to mock, play false, from de- + lūdere to play]
 
de'ludable
 
adj
 
de'luder
 
n
 
de'ludingly
 
adv

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