Synonyms of 'ally'
in the sense of comrade
Unlike so many of his comrades, he survived the war.
in the sense of confederate
an accomplice or conspirator
The conspirators were joined by their confederates.
in the sense of connect
to associate in the mind
There is no evidence to connect him to the robberies.
I wouldn't have connected the two events if you hadn't said that.
in the sense of friend
a person known well to another and regarded with liking, affection, and loyalty
I had a long talk with my best friend.
china (British, South Africa, informal),
main man (slang, US),
homeboy (slang, US),
cobber (Australian, New Zealand),
cuzzie or cuzzie-bro (New Zealand),
E hoa (New Zealand, old-fashioned, informal),
in the sense of fuse
to join or become combined
Conception occurs when a single sperm fuses with an egg.
in the sense of helper
Wheelchair users must be accompanied by a helper.
in the sense of integrate
to make or be made into a whole
No attempt was made to integrate the parts into a coherent whole.
in the sense of join
to bring into contact
The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain.
in the sense of link
to connect with or as if with links
the Channel Tunnel linking Britain and France
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Thesaurus for ally from the Collins English Thesaurus