allude allude  /ə ˈlud/


  • (v) make a more or less disguised reference to


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  1. But while the judge's decision did allude to claims of extramarital escapades by both partners, he did not clearly identify the grounds.
  2. Their titles allude to a complicated protagonist or an evocative setting and promise more intricacies when the lights go down.
  3. It has the ability to show us, in grim detail, things that Dengler, in the previous film, could only haltingly allude to.



  1. "He's a challenge because we have not faced someone of his size all year long," coach Bob McKillop said. "I would be foolish not to allude to the fact that our guys have played against (UCLA's) Kevin Love and (North Carolina's) Tyler...
    on Mar 15, 2007 By: Bob McKillop Source: Covers

  2. "Any statements that allude to Kosovo taking unilateral actions are in contradiction to the Contact Group's Guiding Principles," Mr. Rücker said. "Such statements can undermine support for Kosovo at this crucial time. It is important that...
    on Nov 13, 2006 By: Joachim Ruecker Source: NewsBlaze

  3. "Apple is so proprietary and so secretive that he couldn't even really allude to where the future of technology was going," said Stanton.
    on May 12, 2008 By: Andrew Stanton Source:

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