To thrust with a sword to lunge
- a thrust or pass a lunge
- A thrust or pass; a lunge.
- A slip of report attached with a bill of trade for receiving indorsements, whenever back for the bill is already full; a rider.
- To push with a sword; to lunge.
When the indorsements on a bill or note have filled all of the blank space, its customary to annex a strip of paper, labeled as an "allonge," to get the additional Indorsements. Fountain v. Bookstaver, 141 III. 4G1, 31 N. E. 17; Haug v. Itilev, 101 Ga. 372. 29 S. E. 44, 40 L. It. A. 244; Bishop v. Chase. 150 Mo. 158, 56 S. W. 10S0, 79 Am. St. Rep. 515.
Slip of report attached with a negotiable instrument (or agreement) to get extra recommendations (or signatures) following the space offered within the original document is filled. French for, lengthening. See in addition rider.
- extension [allonge]
(v.) A thrust or pass; a lunge.
- (v.) A slip of paper attached with a bill of trade for receiving indorsements, if the straight back of this costs itself is already complete; a rider.
- (v. i.) To thrust with a sword; to lunge.