verb-intransitive: To make an indirect reference: The candidate alluded to the recent war by saying, "We've all made sacrifices.”
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Could the title allude, Raveh wonders, to an ink fountain, the means by which Izzy creates her own slice of immortality, the completion of which she leaves to Tom?
Documented proof to which you allude is not being produced, therefore your words have little meaning.
In connexion with politeness, I would again allude to the great importance of habits of observation.
The power of that species of poetry to which we allude is now greatly increased also, at least in extent of operation, by the admission among the number of judges, of so great a mass of half-educated persons, to whom the story is every thing, and the poetry almost nothing.
Sort of off-topic, but I believe the word you're looking for in the last sentence of this piece is "allude" -- ninjas elude, writers allude.