he made allegations of corruption against the administration
a claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof.
translation of 'allegation'
The burden of proof in an 'allegation' of undue influence rests upon the person who claims to have been wronged.
He once famously got an injunction banning anyone from repeating the 'allegation' that he dyes his hair.
Police investigated the 'allegation' but found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
It is evident there is no truth in the single 'allegation' made against me.
The 'allegation' was that he exceeded his powers by having the complainant's car towed away.
Details of the 'allegation' have not been revealed but it is understood to have happened in a public area.
Any allegation for nuisance is often met with a counter 'allegation' which must also be investigated.
He made no comment to the police but gave them a written statement denying the 'allegation' .
I don't know the inside story on the 'allegations' of racism that have been investigated.
We deny all the implied 'allegations' and insinuations in the strongest possible terms.
He said in the case of the association some people had been making 'allegations' without proof.
We totally reject the serious 'allegations' and innuendos contained in the article.
His comments were ignored by the media as he did not have the proof to back up his 'allegations' .
Of course there needs to be safeguards for teachers from false and malicious 'allegations' .
It's been very hurtful, and no one has been prepared to put their names to these 'allegations' .
The woman and her boyfriend refused to comment about the 'allegations' in The Mail on Sunday.
I know of several occasions when 'allegations' in newspapers have been well wide of the mark.
The Tory group has stressed that the 'allegations' do not concern any illegal activities.
Several 'allegations' were investigated by police but no charges were ever brought.
West Yorkshire Police said they have not been able to substantiate any of the 'allegations' .
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