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ill-use to treat cruelly or badly; mistreat. [2 definitions]
illusion a fantasy or mistaken belief. [4 definitions]
illusionism in philosophy, the doctrine that the physical world is merely an illusion produced by the senses. [2 definitions]
illusionist a magician or other performer who creates perceptual illusions.
illusive of, pertaining to, or like an illusion; illusory.
illusory causing or being an illusion or illusions; unreal or deceptive.
illustrate to explain or clarify by giving examples or presenting a graphic representation. [3 definitions]
illustration a picture or drawing used to illustrate a book or other work, or such pictures collectively. [3 definitions]
illustrative serving as an illustration or example.
illustrator an artist who produces illustrations, as for books or advertisements.
illustrious highly renowned; celebrated; glorious.
ill will hostility or spite.
I'm contracted form of "I am".
im-1 in; into; on. [2 definitions]
im-2 not; without.
image a visual representation of something such as can be seen in a photograph, sculpture, or painting. [10 definitions]
imagery images, esp. figurative ones, in art or writing. [3 definitions]
imaginable possible to imagine; conceivable.
imaginary existing only in the imagination.
imagination the capacity of the mind to create, as by forming images of what does not literally exist.
imaginative having or showing an active or creative imagination. [3 definitions]