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Definition of Allusive

Allusive
Allusive Al*lu"sive, a. 1. Figurative; symbolical. 2. Having reference to something not fully expressed; containing an allusion.

Meaning of Allusive from wikipedia

- Poe). In discussing the richly allusive poetry of Virgil's Georgics, R. F. Thomas distinguished six categories of allusive reference, which are applicable...
- Optical Allusions is a graphic novel created by ****istant Professor of Biology at Juniata College, Jay Hosler. Published in 2008, it is the first graphic...
- Defense of the Ancients (DotA) is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) mod for the video game Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (2002) and its expansion...
- eclecticism in art. Allusion is not pastiche. A literary allusion may refer to another work, but it does not reiterate it. Moreover, allusion requires the audience...
- shelves for holding china, ornaments, trifles, or "what not", hence the allusive name. In its English form, it is a convenient piece of drawing room furniture...
- review in The New York Times, Bosley Crowther said the film "crackles with allusive life and fire in its tender and agonized telling of an extraordinarily...
- The following is a list of allusions in Marthandavarma, the 1891 historical novel by C. V. Raman Pillai. According to V. Nagam Aiya, during the reign...
- texts that are inflicted by means of quotations and allusion. Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pastiche...
- defeated rival, and President Obama's inauguration speech contained an allusion to McCain's theme of finding a purpose greater than oneself. Nevertheless...
- regime change, but not necessarily through military means; regarding Rice's allusion to military action, O'Hanlon notes that "For the Clinton administration...
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