delusionary

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

delusion +‎ -ary

AdjectiveEdit

delusionary (comparative more delusionary, superlative most delusionary)

  1. (psychology) Delusional.
    • 2009 January 27, Bob Herbert, “The Same Old Song”, New York Times:
      Are they so divorced from reality that in their delusionary state they honestly believe we need more of their tax cuts for the rich and their other forms of plutocratic irresponsibility, the very things that got us to this deplorable state?
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