1 I trembled excessively; I could not endure to think of, and far less to allude to, the occurrences of the preceding night.
2 But until then, I conjure you, do not mention or allude to it.
3 'I don't allude to the matter in that light,' said Mr. Spenlow.
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4 And he shut up any of his thoughtless comrades who attempted to allude to his connection.
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5 She could not understand how lofty and beyond her it all was, and she ought not to have dared to allude to it.
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6 No such time as you allude to will ever come.
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7 You allude to my attempt to recover the Irene Adler papers, to the singular case of Miss Mary Sutherland, and to the adventure of the man with the twisted lip.
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8 I would rather never allude to the past, for it is very painful to me.
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9 Excuse me if I allude to that which is painful to you, but I have no alternative.
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10 It is years since the incidents of which I speak took place, and yet it is with diffidence that I allude to them.
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11 I do not allude to you, my boy.
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12 Long since you ought to have crushed it: now you should blush to allude to it.
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13 They know not the thing you distantly allude to.
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14 You can't allude to the "point of honour" in ordinary language.
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15 "Morrel alludes," continued Chateau-Renaud, "is an admirable one, which he will tell you some day when you are better acquainted with him; to-day let us fill our stomachs, and not our memories."
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