gynghreiriad, cynghreiriad, chynghreiriad, gynghreiriaid, cynghreiriaid, chynghreiriaid, nghynghreiriad, nghynghreiriaid
Noun(1) a friendly nation(2) an associate who provides cooperation or assistance
Verb(1) become an ally or associate, as by a treaty or marriage
(1) He was in a particularly bad mood one day after his father had called him to come help him promote a political ally .(2) Japan is, for all intents and purposes, our strongest ally in Asia at the moment.(3) he was forced to dismiss his closest political ally(4) I've come to see the cactus as an organic metaphor for technology; a thorny ally in the artistic process.(5) Slapping the cohorts of a military ally in the face is not very respectable.(6) I also believe such a shift would be good for the nationalist brand: it would ally the party with the quality of dynamism, while showing commitment to personal as well as national ├ö├ç├┐freedom├ö├ç├û.(7) Within my global responsibilities, the legal department was a close ally and business partner.(8) He said he had no idea his political ally was misusing Forum funds.(9) It was now clear: the Allies were fighting an undeclared war against the Bolsheviks.(10) The Allies would not negotiate with a country that had plunged Europe into war twice in 30 years.(11) The most significant result of the raid was on morale, as the Allies had had few big victories to that date.(12) Frankly, a lot of the money seems to be going to the political allies of this president.(13) This skirmish against the Allies was fought just outside Paris, to the east of the city.(14) In the first innings Lee had been erratic and expensive, like Warne conceding more than 100 runs, but yesterday he sustained a decent pace and allied it to accuracy.(15) Moreover, it is a mistake to think that militaries rule without civilian allies .(16) How did the German experience of World War One trench warfare differ from that of the Allies ?
(1) ally :: gynghreiriad
1. associate ::
2. colleague ::
3. friend ::
4. confederate ::
5. partner ::
6. supporter ::
7. peeps ::
8. combine ::
9. marry ::
10. couple ::
11. merge ::
12. amalgamate ::
13. join ::
14. fuse ::
1. disband ::
allies, ally, allying
Word Example from TV Shows
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he would make a valuable ALLY.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2
"An ALLY who can tell us
where the robbers are at every minute."
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
You don't want Balon Greyjoy for an ALLY.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1
we need an ALLY.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
a vicious boy with a crown on his head,
is not a reliable ALLY.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4
English to Welsh Dictionary: ally
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