ally[ verb uh-lahy; noun al-ahy, uh-lahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF ally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLY
And the surprise of his onslaught proved an ally of unguessed potency.
In less than five minutes, she conquered old Nan, and secured her as an ally for ever.
"You can well understand that I am no ally of Sagnier's," Mege resumed.
Italy was at loggerheads with Austria, her ally, and about to break.
"I knew you were going to be an ally," she murmured under her breath.
And then the body becomes the good friend or ally, or servant or instrument of the mind.
He might have found in me an ally to aid him in the urging of his suit.
Her father, though a weak vassal, had long been her only ally.
But there was Jason still to look to, and he was their ally.
I am ready to be your slave and your ally, and I implore you to be my avenger.