Definitions for co-ally

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Webster Dictionary

  1. Co-ally(noun)

    a joint ally

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. John Kord Lagemann:

    Intuition isn't the enemy, but the ally, of reason.

  2. Yucef Merhi:

    To live is to conspire against death knowing that death is our best ally

  3. Dan Kalik:

    I don't think we're at a place where just because we have a nuclear deal with Iran, they're now trustworthy or even an ally.

  4. Mac Thornberry:

    Iraq has shown us the consequences of leaving a fragile ally too early, the bottom line is that our own security is at stake.

  5. Jeb Bush:

    If that's what the French want -- our longest and strongest ally over our entire history -- then we should certainly consider it.

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