Allonge

Al·longe' noun [ French allonge , earlier alonge , a lengthening. See Allonge , v. , and confer Lunge .] 1. (Fencing) A thrust or pass; a lunge. 2. A slip of paper attached to a bill of exchange for receiving indorsements, w
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Allonge

Al·longe' intransitive verb [ French allonger ; à (L. ad ) + long (L. longus ) long.] To thrust with a sword; to lunge.
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Allonge

• (v.) A thrust or pass; a lunge. • (v. i.) To thrust with a sword; to lunge. • (v.) A slip of paper attached to a bill of exchange for receiving indorsements, when the back of the bill itself is already full; a rider.
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Allonge

In business, an allonge is an attachment to a bill of exchange to provide space for further endorsements when the back of the bill itself has been fully used. With the decline in the use of bills of exchange it is now rarely needed.
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Allonge

An allonge was a man's baroque style of wig with long furl curls first worn at the court of Louis XIV.
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allonge

paper attached to commercial bill requiring signatures
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