He had been most agreeable, most delightful; he had told Harriet that he had seen them go by, and had purposely followed them; other little gallantries and allusions had been dropt, but nothing serious.
No—till Cole alluded to my supposed attachment, it had never entered my head.
But she probably had something of that in her thoughts, when alluding to the misunderstandings which he had given us hints of before.
Emma was gratified, to observe such a proof in her of strengthened character, and refrained from any allusion that might endanger its maintenance.
—he, who had never yet alluded to their marriage but as a distant event.
—A second allusion, indeed, gave less pain.
—Is not it possible, that when enquiring, as you thought, into the state of your affections, he might be alluding to Mr. Martin—he might have Mr. Martin’s interest in view?
— "In not one of all my clever replies, my delicate negatives, is there any allusion to making a sacrifice.
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He alluded to Susan without mentioning her name.
She didn’t mention any names, but everyone knew she was alluding to the President.