from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A deceiver; a mocker.
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Si forte palpaverit me pater meus, ero im oculis ejus tanquam illusor: et venire faciam super me maledictionem et non benedictionem.
That manner, to say the best of it, lie consideied as ex - tremely impcrleet in general, and frequently dan - gerous and illusor).
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A deceiver, deluder (from late L. illūsor, illūs�?rem, agent-n. from illūd, illūsĕre, to illude). See illusory, illusion, etc.
August 6, 2008