verb (used without object), al·lud·ed, al·lud·ing.
Origin of allude
Related formspre·al·lude, verb (used without object), pre·al·lud·ed, pre·al·lud·ing.
Examples from the Web for alluded
He wrote that he deserved to die and alluded to a ominous plan that he had backed out of twice already.
She alluded to research on the topic, but did not provide any herself.
Olson and Taylor-Johnson have alluded to some of the complexities in the Scarlet Witch/Quicksilver relationship.
Obama alluded to his own 2009 speech in Cairo reaching out to the Muslim world to build a better future for all.
The penalty was what Kozlovsky alluded to without knowledge of its origin: 15 days in the clink, plus a fine.Putin’s Police Arrest Pussy Riot Again In Court Crackdown|Michael Weiss|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though Palestine abounds in flowers, it is doubtful whether the Rose of our gardens is alluded to in the Bible.Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics|Richard Folkard
In talk he often alluded laughingly to John Gray as his hero, "Dorian."Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2)|Frank Harris
The reason of this peculiarity will be alluded to hereafter.Typee|Herman Melville
Herodotus says, that he saw the bull of Mycerinus; and that it alluded to this history.
They are, however, alluded to at the commencement of the volume.The Privy Purse Expenses of King Henry VIII from November MDXXIX, to December MDXXXII|Nicholas Harris Nicolas