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- v. Obsolete spelling of allege.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. See allege.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An old spelling of allege.
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Other times thou dost subtilly alledge, that is it not through fault but zeal of justice, that thou complainest of thy neighbour.
Is sanford talking about the quitter's alledge romp in the hay with one of the dude's friends? bam
Allege is not properly spelt alledge, though the error is common.
And, believe it, you are but a Murderer, as long as you seclude yourself from me, who cannot live without you: Therefore, bethink yourself of the Injury you do me; and repair all, by the Surrender of your Person to me, who have the True and Real, though not the common Legal Right to alledge.
Nor wanted he Reasons to alledge, nor Examples to produce, that might justify the Legality of his Pretensions; as indeed, there are but too many Examples of that Kind amongst the Gods and Heroes.
Sometimes, it appears that what Jews alledge is the “psychological infirmity” of 189 of 191 nations prevails.
We must all remember that in cases of alledge child abuse, confidentiality is paramount.
The Court having fully heard and examined the Complaint before them and also what said Hannah McDaniel had to produce or alledge in defence thereof do consider that William McDaniel is justly Indebted to Catherine Weston the Plaintiff in the sum of One hundred and nine pounds four shillings and five pence, and that Judgment dopass against the defendant with all Costs of Suit.
The alledged victim stands on one side, while the alledge perpetrators stands on the other.
A plaintiff cannot alledge that future injury will occur, he must show that injury has occurred.