undeceive


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free from deception or illusion

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easily by a quick machinegun bullet which does not undeceive.
The things are going out of government's control, but it is still undeceive on the negotiation process", Shah added.
449) As the Speaker of the Commons stated on July 31, 1661, "[W]e held it our Duty to undeceive the People, who have been poisoned with an Opinion, that the Militia of this Nation was in themselves, or in their Representatives in Parliament; and, according to the ancient known Laws, we have declared the sole right of the Militia to be in Your Majesty.
Like Lucretius he had sought to undeceive his own thought to scrape through the encrustation of myth.
Now to undeceive such I do affirm, That such Fracture may happen diverse accidental ways, as well as by Copulation with Man.
The third text was one I composed on the basis of some passages in Freud's letters and essays, and it shows the path that took him, during the period of his first hysteric patients, to deceive and undeceive himself regarding the trauma of childhood sexual seduction, in the process acquiring an ear for the unconscious.
Poor Nixon tried to undeceive him as to his altered position, but it was not until Bancroft, the Aide, came to his rescue, that he was got into the Drawing Room.
The replica may thus deceive us for a time, but it must also undeceive us.
Chamberlin that my case was a severe attack of congestion of the brain, that seeing that I was of the impression that it was intermittent fever he did not wish to undeceive me as it was all important that my mind should be as quiet and undisturbed as possible.
After each of his games of illusion, Cervantes feels obligated to raise the issue of verisimilitude in order to undeceive his reader.