Noun(1) the state of being allied or confederated(2) a connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest(3) an organization of people (or countries(4) a formal agreement establishing an association or alliance between nations or other groups to achieve a particular aim(5) the act of forming an alliance or confederation
(1) Campaign to Stop Killer Coke, in alliance with students, also showed up to debate them.(2) a defensive alliance between Australia and New Zealand(3) We are creating an alliance between the union, service users and local communities in support of a publicly owned Royal Mail.(4) Monica says she's looking forward to expanding her public and private client base through her alliance with Noctor.(5) Here, his political background is left out, as is the nature of his criminal alliance with Tom.(6) Howard said Australia had to accept the responsibilities as well as the benefits of its alliance with the U.S.(7) In 1939, therefore, the British and French embarked on an attempt to build an alliance with the Soviet Union.(8) Apparently the UK went to war in alliance with the US ├ö├ç├┐to make our country safer├ö├ç├û.(9) Because the socialists refused to take part in government, they forced the Radicals to rule alone or in alliance with the right.(10) All of this activity will benefit the Australia-U.S. alliance across the board.(11) We work in alliance with manufacturers of these items so that any of our customers need only deal with one supplier.(12) The alliance threatened yesterday to organize 10,000 people to demonstrate if their petition is not dealt with.(13) an alliance between medicine and morality(14) Then it wouldn't be in the best interest of our alliance for you to have me bound at your feet, would it?(15) The government was striving, in alliance with big business, to increase British competitiveness.(16) He had urged Charles to dissolve Parliament and continue the third Dutch War in alliance with France.