Illusory in a sentence

Use Illusory in a sentence

Illusory;

Meaning: [adjective] deceptive; false; misleading;

We should often regard first impressions as illusory.

The display enables illusory interactive performance based on audiences eye movements.

The notion of absolute freedom is a false or illusory concept.

Are these problems real or illusory ?

The initial scenes are revealed to be illusory and surreal.

This promise proved illusory when a proper heir appeared.

Hitler couldn’t bare his illusory world being shattered.

Signs of economic growth in Turkey may be illusory and change easily.

These new found freedoms, however, are somewhat illusory and cannot last for a long time.