Without sufficient growth, we should not delude ourselves about how painful this is going to be.
We should not delude ourselves that the middle is the golden path.
They see things by a false vision, and are not only deluded but they often delude others.
Out upon you, magpie; would you delude the old man with fables?
There was one in the pavilion, of a mien and assurance the past night, that might delude an angel.
Because, since that is what our pursuers will expect of us, it will delude them the more if we keep straight on.
Is this your deliberate opinion, or do you say so only to delude the timorous?
Yet, desperately as he was in love, he could not delude himself with the belief that she cared for him.
We are apt to delude ourselves as to the motives of the judgments we pronounce.
Do not delude me with a chimera, and above all do not tempt me to sacrifice my honour to it.