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to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

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The creation of our preschool came as a response to many parents desiring continuity for their children with an education based on Christian values," says its principal Clarence DeLude.
Mayor Of The Roses tells of the search for home, family, and history, and the ways in which human beings can so thoroughly delude themselves.
We already know representations, however feebly drawn, are still representations, and therefore illusions that delude both subject and audience.
However, we can't delude ourselves into thinking that hard times have gone away to stay.
You can't delude yourself into thinking that anyone wants to read about how you and your girlfriend were laughed at for wearing Daisy Dukes and cut off in the drink line because you had breasts instead of rock-hard pecs.
We see that Israel is trying to delude the world and delude the Arabs and the Palestinians psychologically [by showing] that one Israeli will be exchanged for a thousand Palestinians," he told PA TV.
Caveat: Don't delude yourself into thinking once you buy a virus protection program you're sale.
SEATTLE -- Donna DeLude, Managing Director of CitiFinancial; and Kathryn Decker of the Federal Trade Commission; will teach the dos and don'ts of credit to approximately 200 students at Franklin High School, a National Academy Foundation affiliate school, on the second annual Get Smart About Credit Day, sponsored by the American Bankers Association Education Foundation (ABAEF), a non-profit committed to developing and providing education programs that lead to financial literacy.
Delude was recognized for her 30 years at Westboro Public Library.
Our school comes from a long and distinguished Lutheran legacy of commitment to education that still resonates today in our fully integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum," says its principal, Clarence DeLude.
It appears that's what happened here, and Bellesiles should be ashamed of himself for attempting to delude the public.
And how will we continue to delude ourselves into believing that yogurt muffins are health food once the nutritional analyzing software (sure to soon be a standard on all PDAs) gets through itemizing the ingredients?