Difference between Allusion and Illusion



Difference between Allusion and Illusion :



Allusion : noun

Allusion meaning reference to

1. He made an allusion to the murder of the prince.
2. Your name Joseph has a bibilical allusion.

Illusion : noun

Illusion meaning apparition or imaginary appearance

1. Macbeth saw a dagger hanging in the air. It was only an illusion.
2. What we saw in our backyard is nothing but an illusion.



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