Synonyms for deludes or Related words with deludes

deceives              goads              intimidates              insinuates              shapeshifts              tempts              coerces              hypnotizes              cajoles              devolves              brainwashes              cajoled              hypnotises              coaxes              guilts              bluffed              goading              enchants              ingratiates              wheedled              cajole              guilted              goaded              gropes              dragooned              shoves              flings              mistreats              smuggles              woges              blackmails              seduces              petrifies              frightens              terrifies              disdains              mesmerizes              parlayed              detests              lulled              bewitches              blundering              blundered              wheedles              hurls              browbeaten              badgered              digivolves              browbeats              duped             



Examples of "deludes"
Farkus "Bulk" Bulkmeier, a supporting character from the early years of the franchise, is once again portrayed by Paul Schrier. In his latest misadventure, Bulk becomes inspired by the newest Ranger team to appear and becomes determined to shape Spike, the son of his best friend Skull, into a great Samurai. Unfortunately for Spike, Bulk often deludes himself about his own abilities.
Until recently, "To His Coy Mistress" had been received by many as a poem that follows the traditional conventions of carpe diem love poetry. Some modern critics, however, argue Marvell's use of complex and ambiguous metaphors challenges the perceived notions of the poem. It as well raises suspicion of irony and deludes the reader with its inappropriate and jarring imagery.
Jayne Fine is a successful Bay Street shark, and a severely closeted lesbian. Jayne is the middle child. She believes there is no problem that cannot be solved using a flow chart, and deludes herself that her emotions are under strict control. She is, in fact, a ferocious marshmallow.
The following paragraph presents an account of the means by which Satan takes possession of the minds of these women by appearing to them in numerous forms, and how once he holds captive their minds, deludes them by means of dreams (").
The asymmetrical relationship between signifier and signified is further complicated by the fact that the bar between them cannot itself be signified: 'the S and the "s" of the Saussurian algorithm are not on the same level, and man only deludes himself when he believes his true place is at their axis'.
The central icon of the Jaganmohini-Kesava Swany temple at Ryali, discovered buried underground by the king in the 11th century, represents the male Vishnu in the front, while the back of the icon is the female Jagan-Mohini ("one who deludes the world") or Mohini, with a female hairdo and figure. A "Sthala Purana" tells that the flower in Mohini's hair fell at Ryali ("fall" in Telugu) when Mohini was being chased by Shiva.
Catalogue of semi-divine troops, also gathered by Rhea for Dionysus. Dionysus sets his army in motion until they encounter the first Indian contingent, led by Astraeis. Hera deludes Astraeis to go to battle against the Bacchic troops. Maenads and satyrs massacre the Indian troops until Dionysus takes pity of them and turns the waters of the neighbouring lake Astacid. The Indians try wine for the first time.
But the son of Bruno, the rebellious Mark, a young man who was not worried about tomorrow, engages with Liliana Caxias, the daughter of Senator Robert Caxias and deludes the point of abandoning the child. A blow too hard for a dreamy girl who still had to live with the lack of attention his father, who only had their head fixed in the struggle of the landless.
The end of the games brings the mourning to an end. In a dream, [[Eris (mythology)|Eris]] drives Dionysus to war. Methe, Botrys and their servant Pithos ("Wine-jar") join the Bacchic forces. They arrive in Arabia, where king [[Lycurgus of Thrace|Lycurgus]] has been stirred to fight by Hera. At the same time Hera deludes Dionysus with a false dream, in which Hermes counsels Dionysus to approach Lycurgus peaceably and without weapons. Lycurgus attacks Dionysus and the Bacchantes with a massive [[pole-axe]]. Dionysus jumps into the sea where he is entertained and consoled by [[Nereus]]. In his warlike paroxysm Lycurgus even attacks the sea and provokes the gods.
Rimmer's primary character traits include anal-retentiveness, over-adherence to protocol, cowardice, bitterness and a severely inflated ego which is likely a coping mechanism for his deep-seated sense of self-loathing, which he tries but sometimes fails to hide from others. As the highest ranking survivor aboard the ship (despite being a hologram), Rimmer often deludes himself into believing that he is in charge and that he has somehow been moulding "his" crew into an effective spacegoing unit, despite the fact that the others tend to take suggestions from Lister or Kryten in a crisis.
Jerry Florea (Tony Curtis) is planning a heist. The story begins with the events which led a young Florea (Sal Mineo) to become a crook. One day he is shot during a robbery and as a result an ameniable policeman and his wife take him under their wing. As a young man he deludes them, and pretends to no longer have criminal intent and even gets a job at the Brinks. They are unaware he is preparing to rob the establishment. It is only after he and his gang pull off the heist that Florea reconsiders his actions and attempts to make amends for the crime.
Studs deludes himself that he's a tough customer who's widely feared and respected, but numerous incidents show that he is not nearly as tough as he imagines. During a neighborhood football game, he is repeatedly flattened by a Jewish player on the opposing team, and he is easily defeated during an amateur boxing match at the park. Nonetheless, Studs constantly reminds himself and others about the time he bested "Weary" Reilly in a streetcorner fight when they were kids. In his mind, that triumph was the high point of his life.
Scotty and Vera then approach Brogan Cooper and tell him they know about relationship between the two cops, but Brogan deludes himself and insists that Coop was a "Lady's Man", as well as lying about the dispatch. Vera promptly reveals the dispatch slip and Brogan's false smile disappears. He proceeds to grimly admit what happened setting Coop up with help from Tom McCree to try put some sense into his son. As Scotty and Vera leave, a broken Brogan tells the two men who have turned their backs to him that he no longer cared who Coop was, and that he just wanted him back.
In some adaptations of the "Ramayana", other characters also use surrogates to save themselves from Ravana. A Tamil text narrates how Ravana once asks for Parvati as boon from her husband Shiva, however Vishnu – disguised as a sage – deludes Ravana into believing Shiva granted him an illusionary Parvati. Ravana entrusts Parvati to Vishnu and mediates again to compel Shiva to give him the real Parvati. This time, Shiva gives an illusionary Parvati, which he accepts as the real one and returns to Lanka with her. In the Malay Ramayana, Ravana sets his eyes on Rama's mother, however she transforms a frog into her image and sends this surrogate to be Ravana's wife.
On the insistence of his old friend, Unnachan joins his college alumni reunion, where he meets his ex-lover Indulekha. They revive their past college life, where Unnachan was a firebrand political activist. Indulekha, finding hard to relate Unnachan to his old self, eventually finds out about his humdrum and unhappiness. She advises him to reinvigorate himself before leaving. Unnachan decides to redeem his life with love, he seeks the help of Venukuttan, a philanderer who, at the same time deludes his wife as a loving husband. Venukuttan promises to introduce him some of his girlfriends and teach him some of his tricks.
In part of this account Randolph wrote, “My eyes are every moment beholding so many objects with which she was associated; I sometimes catch a sound which deludes me so much with the similitude of her voice; I carry about my heart and hold for a daily visit so many of her precious relics; and, above all, my present situation is so greatly contrasted by its vacancy, regrets, and anguish, with the purest and unchequred bliss, so far as it depended on her, for many years of varying fortune, that I have vowed at her grave daily to maintain with her a mental intercourse.”
Deandra (usually called Dee or Sweet Dee) is Dennis' twin sister, main bartender at Paddy's, and show's main female character. She is most often subject to ridicule from The Gang in many different forms: they call her extremely ugly (resembling a bird in a negative and humorous way), lazy, completely talentless. They don't count her as one of the gang, but rather as just someone who works for them. Dee dreams of becoming an actress even though she has no acting experience and no talent; however, she deludes herself into falsely thinking she is a talented actress/comedian. Like her brother, Dee is egocentric and often states that she thinks she is talented and pretty, although she is constantly reminded that these statements are not true; as an example, she has been told she is "a disgusting whore" and "looks like a holocaust victim". She is played by Kaitlin Olson.
Arcalaüs wants to torment Oriane by showing her the corpse of Amadis. He is furious when his sister tells him she has released the knight. He tells Arcabonne he can prove her love for Amadis is in vain as Oriane and Amadis are still in love. He deludes Oriane into thinking she is seeing Amadis' dead body. Oriane now repents her jealousy, believing she has caused Amadis' death. Arcalaüs is about to kill the two lovers in earnest when the good fairy Urgande and her followers arrive. Arcalaüs prepares to fight, but Arcabonne - now realising Amadis will never return her love - kills herself, and the ghost's prophecy is fulfilled. Urgande touches Amadis and Oriane with a magic wand and they are freed from enchantments. Urgande now leads Amadis to free the prisoners in the enchanted palace of Appollidon.
Crasy manages yet another disguise: Doctor "Pulsefeel" sends "Footwell" (Crasy-as-dancing-master) to Josina as her servant. Josina is eager to have a courtly lover, and is willing to accept either Ticket or Rufflit; "Footwell" pretends to be her go-between, but actually works to frustrate the intentions of all concerned. He inspires Josina to send gems and jewellery to the courtiers, and vice versa...only to intercept the gifts himself. He helps Ticket climb to Josina's balcony for an assignation...only to suspend him in mid-air, so that Rufflit can beat him with a stick. He deludes Pyannet into believing that her husband Sneakup is cheating on her, making her a "cucquean" (a female cuckold); she goes to court to find Sneakup and beat him with a truncheon.
Beitchman notes that, throughout his life, Tzara used Symbolist elements against the doctrines of Symbolism. Thus, he argues, the poet did not cultivate a memory of historical events, "since it deludes man into thinking that there was something when there was nothing." Cernat notes: "That which essentially unifies, during [the 1910s], the poetic output of Adrian Maniu, Ion Vinea and Tristan Tzara is an acute awareness of literary conventions, a satiety [...] in respect to calophile literature, which they perceived as exhausted." In Beitchman's view, the revolt against cultivated beauty was a constant in Tzara's years of maturity, and his visions of social change continued to be inspired by Arthur Rimbaud and the Comte de Lautréamont. According to Beitchman, Tzara uses the Symbolist message, "the birthright [of humans] has been sold for a mess of porridge", taking it "into the streets, cabarets and trains where he denounces the deal and asks for his birthright back."