illusionistically

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

illusionistic +‎ -ally

Adverb[edit]

illusionistically (comparative more illusionistically, superlative most illusionistically)

  1. In an illusionistic manner.
    • 2007 April 27, Holland Cotter, “Off the Page and in the Air, Drawing Transformed”, New York Times:
      Sometimes these patterns illusionistically swell into lumps or sink into pockets; occasionally, lines will suddenly stop in the middle of nowhere, skip a beat in unison, then move on, leaving a strip of unmarked space like a tear in the surface, with light showing through.