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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).

Allegit, ppl. a. Also: allegeit, aledgit; allagit. [From Allege v.1] Alleged, asserted. 1509 Reg. Privy S. I. 292/1.
A Respitt … for art, part and allegit slauchter of … Jhone Dunlop
1536 Ex. Processes (Reg. H.) No. i.
Nochtwithstanding ony allagit varning maid to me
1555 Edinb. B. Rec. 214.
William Smyth allegit burges of Lanark
1576 Orkney Oppress. 69.
The allegeit uptaking of ane pece see-drewin tre
1617 Urie Baron Ct. 19.
The alledgit cutting of the Lairdis grein wood
1660 Melrose R. Rec. I. 316.
[Delated] for alledgit houkeing … of comone brome

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