ally

All Noun Adverb
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  • In some cases they became allies and married each other.
  • John's plan was carried out at first, but the allies in the north moved slowly.
  • The allies kept the region under control until the end of World War II.
  • Britain had no major allies and had a worldwide war to fight.
  • The contribution of the German allies would generally not make itself felt until later.
  • The more allies a male has, the better his chance of becoming dominant.
  • During the war, the United Nations became the official term for the Allies.
  • The kingdom is known to have been a Roman ally at this period.
  • The Allies had much more potential wealth they could spend on the war.
  • Peoples with similar languages did not always share the same material culture, nor were they always allies.
  • It was no wonder he stopped short of allying himself with the family. Cited from Lord Ormont and his Aminta by Meredith, v3
  • Many of his allies changed sides to Philip, including his brother Henry.
  • But just as the war seemed decided in the allies' favour, things started to go wrong.
  • The computer-controlled allies will support the actual player during the missions.
  • Members of the order were mostly his political allies and supporters.
  • In this way, all were willing to sacrifice their lives for him and become his allies.
  • Technical assistance provided by its German ally did little to improve the situation.
  • Although the player's computer-controlled allies can never die, they cannot carry out objectives.
  • Charles took no action on the proposal, and continued his war plans with his French ally.
  • He decided to enter the Italian War in favour of his new ally.
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Meaning of ally

  • noun A friendly nation
  • noun An associate who provides cooperation or assistance
    he's a good ally in fight
  • verb Become an ally or associate, as by a treaty or marriage
    He allied himself with the Communists