Illusions, in this example, is a malapropism
for delusions (false beliefs).
One of his pet peeves was reporters and editors who didn't take the time to clarify (or delete) the malapropisms
and colloquialisms that occasionally made their way into the reporter's copy.
Despite his defeat on Malapropism
, Tony Culhane still managed a double on Mick Channon's Savernake Blue and the William Haggas-trained Whispering Death.
And writers and editors like to know about "nym" words (words about words) as well as about such things as palindromes, spoonerisms and malapropisms
The inappropriate things she said were dubbed malapropisms
. Sample: "The Soviet stance mitigates against any real disarmament."
With its splendid malapropism
of rock stars and their attitudes, the Blue Man Group Megastar World Tour has already captivated more than two million people in the USA.
What you see is what you get with Malapropism
, and others in the line-up might have too much scope MW
NAOMI MATTHEW: 1.10 Tajdeef, 1.40 Midships, 2.10 Sea Cookie, 2.40 Mansii, 3.15 Non Sucre, 3.50 Queen's Best (nap), 4.25 Malapropism
, 4.55 Elegant Hawk.
At Catterick, Malapropism
can score another win in the 5th Regiment Royal Artillery Handicap.
Away from Champions Day at Newmarket, trainer Mick Channon boldly has his sights on the same quickfire double for his sprinter Malapropism
as he achieved with the same horse last year.
Whistler really caught the eye when a narrow fifth to Malapropism
over today's course and distance on his final start last year.
Whistler really caught the eye when a close fifth to Malapropism
over tomorrow's course and distance on his final start last year.