To enter into an alliance: a number of tribes allied to battle the invaders.
one that's allied with another, particularly by treaty: joined the war as an ally of France.
one out of helpful organization with another: legislators who are allies of all issues. See Synonyms at partner.
The countries allied resistant to the Central Powers of European countries during World War I. They certainly were Russia, France, the uk, and soon after many others, including the US.
The countries, mostly Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and US, allied resistant to the Axis during World War II.
One united to another by pact or league; — frequently put on sovereigns or says; a confederate.
any such thing related to another as a helper; an auxiliary.
any such thing comparable to another by framework, etc.
A closely associated species, generally inside the exact same family.
alternate type of street. (a glass marble or taw)
A relative; a kinsman.
One united to another by pact or league; -- usually applied to sovereigns or says; a confederate.
Anything associated with another as a helper; an auxiliary.
Anything akin to another by structure, etc.
See alley, a marble or taw.
One united or of another by kinship, pact, or league; a confederate; even more specially, a sovereign or state connected with another by league offensive and protective, or a topic or citizen of such sovereign or state.
An auxiliary; an associate at work or buddy.
In zoology, an animal more or less closely about another according to morphological characters, and placed in the same alliance (which see).