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de·lu·sion·al

(dē-lū'zhŭn-ăl),
Relating to a delusion.

de·lu·sion·al

(dĕ-lū'zhŭn-ăl)
Relating to a delusion.
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69) Justice Scalia provides the example of "the man who has a will of steel, but who delusionally believes that every woman he meets is inviting crude sexual advances.
Bush commits the same error, plays the same ideological game which he, as the leader of a delusionally religious state, has condemned.
But the armed guards at the gates continue to bar admission to (as they might put it) overweight butch dykes, foul-mouthed black queers or dickless "men" and surgically created "women" delusionally convinced that they're part of some nonexistent group called the "transgendered.
Mr Chruszcz described how the killer made unrealistic claims about the number of men his wife had slept with and was delusionally jealous of her.
During her brief absence, she had sexual relations with a man whom she delusionally believed was either "Jesus" or "a prophet.
As additionalbodies pile up, Thomas suspects himself; but is he really turning beastly under the moon or is he just being delusionally swayed by an ill-explained "werewolf phenomenon" that's all the rage in local pop culture?
Like the Banher, the Globe's editorial department delusionally believed they were social avengers appeasing the masses by humiliating the aristocracy.
In some ways, indeed, the self is the least important element of the organism, because it captures only the final feed, the ever-elaborating story-stream that retroactively, we might even say delusionally, tries to make sense of the massive processing power behind it.
I can detect, hypothetically and no doubt delusionally, only the faintest trace of Eureka.
In the California case, an alleged burglar caught in the victim's home with a swagbag of the victim's goods, claimed that he believed delusionally that he was in his own apartment and that the goods belonged to him.
123) The delusionally mistaken belief of a person suffering from paranoia that she is about to be attacked and must use self-defensive force is no more "compelling" than the accurate belief of a police officer that she must use deadly force in justifiable self-defense.
He typifies the politics of confrontation, which delusionally believe that harassing women entering abortion clinics is effective in protecting unborn life.