allision  (<<schwa>>-lizh-<<schwa>>n),  n.  Maritime  law.  The  contact  of  a  vessel  with  a

stationary  object  such  as  an  anchored  vessel  or  a  pier.  •  In  modern  practice,  “collision”  is often

used where “allision” was once the preferred term. Cf. COLLISION. [Cases: Shipping    81. C.J.S.

Shipping §§ 184–187.] — allide (<<schwa>>-lId), vb. [Blacks Law 8th]