Synonyms of ally
partnerDictionary • He is a close ally of the Prime Minister.
partner • They were partners in crime.
friend • I had a long talk with my best friend.
colleague • Three of my colleagues have been made redundant.
associate • the restaurant owner's business associates
mate (informal) • A mate of mine used to play soccer for Liverpool.
accessory • She was charged with being an accessory to the embezzlement of funds.
comrade • Unlike so many of his comrades, he survived the war.
helper • Wheelchair users must be accompanied by a helper.
collaborator • My wife was an important collaborator on the novel.
accomplice • His accomplice was arrested after a high-speed car chase.
confederate • The conspirators were joined by their confederates.
main man (slang, mainly US)
cobber (Australian, New Zealand, old-fashioned, informal) • He was just acting big in front of his cobbers.
E hoa (New Zealand)
combineDictionary • We need to ally economic freedom with personal liberty.
combine • Combine the flour with water to make a paste.
unite • They have agreed to unite their efforts to bring peace.
join • The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain.
link • the Channel Tunnel linking Britain and France
marry • It will be difficult to marry his two interests - cooking and sport.
mix • Oil and water don't mix.
bond • Strips of wood are bonded together and moulded by machine.
associate • We've got the idea of associating progress with the future.
pool • We pooled our savings to start up a new business.
bind • It is the threat of persecution that binds them together.
connect • There is no evidence to connect him to the robberies.
compound • An emotion oddly compounded of pleasure and bitterness flooded over me.
blend • Blend the ingredients until you have a smooth cream.
integrate • No attempt was made to integrate the parts into a coherent whole.
merge • The two countries merged into one.
unify • He said he would seek to unify the Party and win the next election.
fuse • Conception occurs when a single sperm fuses with an egg.
band together • People living in a foreign city band together for company.
, drive apart
, set at odds
PHRASAL VERB:▷ ally yourself with something or someone
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accessoryIf someone is guilty of being an accessory to a crime, they helped the person who committed it, or knew it was being committed but did not tell the police.
• She was charged with being an accessory to the embezzlement of funds.
accompliceSomeone's accomplice is a person who helps them to commit a crime.
• His accomplice was arrested after a high-speed car chase.
Thesaurus for ally from the Collins English Thesaurus
to unite or be united, esp formally, as by treaty, confederation, or marriage
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