alliance

[ uh-lahy-uhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF alliance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLIANCE

And my orders were much like yours--to get the alliance of this M'tela.

We must take them into our alliance, or they will destroy all our theories of self-government.

I know such people will do anything for the honour of such an alliance.'

The alliance with the Masai was of too much importance to us for us to wish it dissolved.

The Scots are proud of their nobility, alliance to the crown, and logical subtleties.

No good could come of an alliance with a man so devoid of all feelings of honour or of gratitude.

I cannot yet detect any signs of such an alliance, and disbelieve the story.

This is very curious to observe at the time when the alliance begins to be formed.

The Alliance was reluctantly sold in 1785 to save the expense of repairs.

We have yet no news of the Alliance, but suppose she is cruising.

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