Etymology
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allusive (adj.)

"involving allusions," c. 1600, from Latin allus-, past participle stem of alludere "to joke, jest" (see allude) + -ive. Related: Allusively; allusiveness.

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Definitions of allusive

allusive (adj.)
characterized by indirect references;
allusive speech is characterized by allusions
From wordnet.princeton.edu