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noun as in something united with another, especially by treaty

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Little did they know the Allies had a secret weapon — in their fuel tanks.

The Allies learned early that they could have the best ships and the best troops, but if they couldn’t land and seize critical ground, they had nothing.

The Allies needed a way to cross bodies of water quickly, but bombed-out bridges — or an absence of crossings entirely — made that very difficult.

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Newsom will likely be out if Harris runs since the two are considered allies, California political insiders said.

Therefore, some Democrats are under pressure to take policy actions their union allies oppose.

And some of the most compelling statements came from a powerful, crucial set of equality allies: corporations.

The ACLU and its allies are trying to undermine the holiday with lawsuits and annoying billboards.

But they still could have done more to defuse the calls for violence from their allies.

The attack was commenced by the allies under Blucher upon the French centre, with a fury irresistible.

The allies sustained a loss of 20,000, and among them several experienced officers.

Battle of Famars, in which the allies drove the French from their camp with great loss.

I feel proud and happy to shelter beneath my roof any of our valued and brave allies.

But the sudden defeat of Murat came as a warning, and he hastened to offer the aid of twenty-six thousand troops to the Allies.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to allies, such as: colleague, partner, friend, associate, helper, and accessory.

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