How to use Allude in a sentence as a verb

How long do you think the experiment needs to run before the Hawthorne effect you allude to is no longer a confounding effect?

"I'm not sure, but to me this seems like it might allude to a claim that the revelations have made the US/World weaker.

37Signals knows this, and they allude to it in their blog post.

Nothing about Scrolls is meant to in any way derive from or allude to their games.

It's incredibly suspicious to allude to an e-mail from the TSA, but not actually include a copy of said e-mail.

Let's say the police have arrested two brothers on the suspicion of ******, and both brothers say more or less the exact kind of denial: "I didn't do it, I was with my family that night, watching TV"...which is what you would expect them to say if they were actually innocent...but now, should these brothers be judged guilty on the possibility that their denials are both so strong and so similar that they must be in collusion?The point has been raised that both Google and Facebook allude to the Verizon case, even though that is an entirely separate case.

The titles of their reports all allude to defending the idea of homeschooling, and they put out guides to putting it into practice.

While technically accurate, the headline seems to allude to direct breaches of Facebook, Gmail, and Twitter.

Allude definitions


make a more or less disguised reference to; "He alluded to the problem but did not mention it"

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