When you allude to something or someone, often events or characters from literature or history, you refer to them in an indirect way.
If you alleviate pain or suffering, you make it less intense or severe.
Something that is unalloyed is whole or complete; for example, unalloyed pain cannot be relieved.
Alliteration is a device used in speech or writing in which several consecutive words all begin with the same sound or letter, the latter usually a consonant.
When you allocate funds, you assign, set apart, or distribute different amounts of money towards different expenses.
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