Allegation

Allegation,

Definition of Allegation:

  1. A claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof.

  2. Assertion, charge, claim, or statement of fact in a court matter, made by the party who undertakes to prove it.

Synonyms of Allegation

Parthian shot, Accusal, Accusation, Accusing, Address, Admission, Affidavit, Affirmance, Affirmation, Allegement, Announcement, Annunciation, Answer, Apostrophe, Arraignment, Assertion, Asseveration, Attest, Attestation, Averment, Avouchment, Avowal, Bill, Bill of complaint, Bill of particulars, Blame, Bringing of charges, Bringing to book, Charge, Claim, Comment, Complaint, Compurgation, Conclusion, Count, Crack, Creed, Declaration, Delation, Denouncement, Denunciation, Deposition, Dictum, Disclosure, Enunciation, Exclamation, Expression, Greeting, Impeachment, Implication, Imputation, Indictment, Information, Innuendo, Insinuation, Instrument in proof, Interjection, Ipse dixit, Lawsuit, Laying of charges, Legal evidence, Libel, Manifesto, Mention, Narratio, Nolle prosequi, Nonsuit, Note, Observation, Phrase, Plaint, Position, Position paper, Positive declaration, Predicate, Predication, Proclamation, Profession, Pronouncement, Proposition, Prosecution, Protest, Protestation, Question, Reflection, Remark, Reproach, Say, Say-so, Saying, Sentence, Stance, Stand, Statement, Statement of facts, Subjoinder, Suit, Sworn evidence, Sworn statement, Sworn testimony, Taxing, Testimonial, Testimonium, Testimony, Thought, True bill, Unspoken accusation, Utterance, Veiled accusation, Vouch, Witness, Word, Claim, Assertion, Declaration, Statement, Proclamation, Contention, Argument, Affirmation, Averment, Avowal, Attestation, Testimony, Certification, Evidence, Witness, Charge, Accusation, Suggestion, Implication, Hint, Insinuation, Indication, Intimation, Imputation, Plea, Pretence, Profession

How to use Allegation in a sentence?

  1. He made allegations of corruption against the administration.

Meaning of Allegation & Allegation Definition