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Progressives who flocked to his campaign basically deluded themselves, mistaking style for substance.
Anyone who takes a deanship without tenure must be sorely deluded.
Don't get deluded by individuals because they say things you agree with.
But the fascination with our demise isn't limited to deluded zealots.
Today, the deluded are those who attempt to deny that it ever existed.
If they go to college because they think it will get them a job, they are deluded.
The profession has successfully deluded itself and society about its contribution for centuries.
Then again, it might be fun arguing with someone so deluded.
Even many of his critics see him as a deluded knight-errant rather than as a venal opportunist.
What this seems to mean is that the world is filled with deluded and frustrated souls.
The list of the hopeful or the deluded is lengthening fast.
We see ourselves as eminently reasonable and those who disagree with us as foolish, deluded or dishonest.
They may be over-optimistic, incompetent or deluded.
White youngsters who think they can leave school with few or no qualifications and walk into a job are not wholly deluded.
No one should be deluded into thinking the measure is a cure-all, however.
Making such requests often takes a deluded sense of self-confidence, aggressiveness and a willingness to take risk.
People who say billions are give are clearly deluded.
Many sports fans are deluded about their larger-than-life icons.
The world of the therapist is a world of the unenlightened self-deluded pseudo-scientist.
If you believe that it matters one wit what one economist or another calls him- or herself, you are fairly deluded.
There is a reason that billions of people believe in the supernatural, and it's not because they are deluded.
The point is to create an alternative, not to be deluded into thinking there is an open election that can be won.
Some deluded themselves that it was bound to be temporary.
The honestly deluded and those set on dishonestly defrauding the deluded.
He deluded himself into thinking he could be something that he wasn't: untouchable.
They have deluded themselves into thinking that they are important.

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