allegation

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  • Info In law, an allegation (also called adduction) is a claim of a fact by a party in a pleading, charge, or defense. more...
  • Sexual allegations may well have formed a part of the campaign against him.
  • Later she refused the allegation saying she did that because she was sick.
  • The account provides addition information concerning the allegations, but no new evidence.
  • It is important that this be stated clearly since these are the most serious allegations.
  • However, numerous government and other reports have failed to support that allegation.
  • Official sources later said they found no evidence to support the rape allegation.
  • The allegation was not out of character, and many people believed it.
  • There was also an allegation that some of the members lived outside the riding.
  • No evidence supports the allegation that the museum sold any of its property to pay for its current building.
  • The more allegations made against a priest, the more likely he was to participate in treatment.
  • If he establishes this allegation, he has made out a cause of action.
  • Not all allegation made against priests have turned out to be true.
  • One priest against whom an allegation had been made was still alive at the time of the review.
  • All three officers denied the allegation and claimed Smith fell down the stairs himself.
  • Caddell offered no evidence to support this allegation, which has never been proved.
  • Other allegations claimed that he murdered several other notable men.
  • CSIRO has since conducted a full review of the allegations and found no evidence to support them.
  • There were allegations by that Western Union provided United States military intelligence with personal information.
  • When asked about this, he said he would respond only "to a specific allegation."
  • The report included substance use allegations against at least one player from each MLB team.
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Words starting with allegation

Meaning of allegation

  • noun (law) a formal accusation against somebody (often in a court of law)
    an allegation of malpractice
  • noun Statements affirming or denying certain matters of fact that you are prepared to prove