Definition of "allonge"
  1. A piece of paper added to a document to create more room for additional signatures or endorsements
How to use "allonge" in a sentence
  1. When the original contract ran out of space for signatures, they attached an allonge to include the remaining parties.
  2. The allonge was necessary because more counties decided to join the agreement and their representatives needed to sign.
  3. With the large number of investors participating, it quickly became clear that an allonge would be essential to accommodate all the signatures.

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