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    Is this scentence correct?

    "The girl tried to allude from her fears"

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    Re: Allude

    Your sentence doesn't make much sense even assuming a typo in the word "eude", bur your use of the preposition "from" suggests" that you have in mind the word related to "escape". You allude to something and they're are plenty of online dictionaries.


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