allusory

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allusory (comparative more allusory, superlative most allusory)

  1. allusive; making allusion
    • 1761, William Warburton, A rational account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper
      But those Sects, who oppose the doctrine of a real redemption, have always striven to evade the notion of a real sacrifice; as that on which the doctrine of Redemption is founded; upon pretence, that the scripture expressions of Christ's sacrifice were only figurative and allusory.

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