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alliance

noun

1 alliance

The state of being allied or confederated.

synonym: confederation.

Roget 178: concurrence, cooperation, coagency; union; agreement etc. 23; consilience; consent, coincidence etc. (assent) 488; alliance; ... show more

Roget 714: concord, accord, harmony, symphony; homologue; agreement etc. 23; sympathy, empathy etc. (love) 897; response; ... show more

Roget 709: cooperation; coadjuvancy, coadjutancy; coagency, coefficiency; concert, concurrence, complicity, participation; union etc. 43; additivity, combination ... show more

Roget 11: consanguinity, relationship, kindred, blood; parentage etc. (paternity) 166; filiation, affiliation; lineage, agnation, connection, alliance; ... show more

Roget 9: relation, bearing, reference, connection, concern, cognation; correlation etc. 12; analogy; similarity etc. 17; affinity, ... show more

Roget 712: party, faction, side, denomination, communion, set, crew, band.    horde, posse, phalanx; family, clan, etc. ... show more

Dutch: alliantie, bondgenootschap



2 alliance

A connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest:
— The shifting alliances within a large family.

synonym: bond.

Dutch: verbond
Polish: relacja, stosunki, więź, węzeł, wspólnota, więzy, związek

3 alliance

An organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty.

synonyms: alignment, alinement, coalition.

Dutch: coalitie, Volkenbond, volkenbond
Polish: unia

4 alliance

A formal agreement establishing an association or alliance between nations or other groups to achieve a particular aim.

Polish: alians, sojusz

5 alliance

The act of forming an alliance or confederation.

synonym: confederation.

Dutch: confederatie


Moby thesaurus: Anschluss, Bund, NATO, Rochdale cooperative, SEATO, a world-without-end bargain, accompaniment, accord, accordance, addition, adjunct, affairs, affiliation, affinity, agglomeration, aggregation, agnation, agreement, alignment, alikeness ... show more.

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