Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALA

In spite of her starved condition, Ala was an attractive child.

The accoutrement (ala) presumably was the addition of fittings.

The fairy Ala has probably had a lot to do with that trouble.

Ala (plural, al), a wing; the side-petals of a papilionaceous corolla, 92.

Whereupon the Soldan Ala Eddin told him the whole circumstance.

All the way to Ala they would still be in the Emperor's territory.

On this walk to Ala he spoke of his master, and remorsefully in the highest praise.

Will you, then, permit me to ask you what is the translation of ala e ala, word for word?

In answer to your telegram for names of graduates and former students engaged in farming in Ala I send the following.

From time to time this settlement grew in size by the addition of the Ala, Pakab, Patki, and other phratries of lesser importance.