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delude
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • No, she really was fascinated by Grushenka, that’s to say, not by Grushenka, but by her own dream, her own delusion—because it was her dream, her delusion!
  • It might, in fact, be simply his ravings, the delusion of an old man of ninety, over-excited by the auto da fe of a hundred heretics the day before.
  • No, she really was fascinated by Grushenka, that’s to say, not by Grushenka, but by her own dream, her own delusion—because it was her dream, her delusion!
  • He was exerting himself to the utmost not to believe in the delusion and not to sink into complete insanity.

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  • She is a sincere but deluded idealist.
  • delusions of grandeur

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