Definition for AL-LIS'ION

AL-LIS'ION, n. [allizh'un; L. allido, to dash or strike against, of ad and lædo, to hurt by striking; Ir. leas, a sore; D. leed, a hurt; D. beleedigen; Ger. beleidigen, to hurt; Fr. blesser, to hurt. Lædo forms its participle læsus. Class Ld, Ls.]

A striking against; as, the allision of the sea against the shore. – Woodward.

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