un-illusive

illusive

[ih-loo-siv]
adjective

Origin:
1670–80; illus(ory) + -ive

illusively, adverb
illusiveness, noun
nonillusive, adjective
nonillusively, adverb
nonillusiveness, noun
unillusive, adjective
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illusive
formed in English 1670s, from stem of illusion + -ive; cf. also illusory.
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