allege[ uh-lej ]SEE DEFINITION OF allege
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLEGE
But, if I do not ask, they may allege, that my not going is owing to myself.
I was deceived: Whatever I might allege, the prohibition remained.
The Germans allege that they captured it after strenuous fighting.
We allege nothing of which we cannot furnish recent examples.
The mere assertion of what he meant to allege must at least delay this hateful marriage.
The plaintiff counted as heir, but did not allege that he was tenant of the manor.
That gave him his opportunity to lie about the toys and allege that he had brought them for her scholars.
In my own excuse I must allege that she tempted me to do it.
Every one of these hypotheses can allege facts in its favor.
What reason has any woman to allege for giving up her husband?'