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alluded

[ uh-loo-did ]
/ əˈlu dɪd /
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adjective
mentioned or referred to, especially casually or indirectly; aforesaid: Your article about the construction tender was misleading, as the alluded issues fall under the Department of Building Services, not the Department of Geological Survey.
suggested or hinted at: To intensify the plot, there's an alluded chemistry between the two that tests one's credulity, as she is a beautiful young student and he is a lean old man.
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