deceived (part of speech: verb)
- But as the world is yet deluded on the state of that war, other arguments are necessary; and the author has in my opinion very ill supplied them. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
- Poor deluded Eunice showed her sisterly sympathy: " Don't joke about it, Selina: can't you see that Helena is ill?" - "The Legacy of Cain", Wilkie Collins.
- The second state may fairly be called his normal one, as it is of enormous extent as compared with the breaks in it that he spends upon earth; it is comparatively normal also, as being less removed from his essential Divine life; he is less encased in matter, less deluded by its swiftly- changing appearances. - "Death--and After?", Annie Besant.