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Definition of the verb ally with
What does ally with mean as a doing phrase?
- unite formally; of interest groups or countries
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Actor - being or organization] [Verb] John and Sarah conspired [Actor - being or organization] [Verb] [Theme, subject control with infinitive] The US conspired to overthrow the UN [Actor 1 - being or organization] [Verb] against [Actor 2] John conspired against her [Actor 1 - being or organization] [Verb] with [Actor 2] John conspired with Sarah
- lexical domain: Activities - verbs of political and social activities and events
- more generic words: unify / unite = act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
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An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy by Michael Lovano
Gallia Comata against the Suebi and forced them all the way back across the Rhine, thus establishing the Romans as the dominant power in Gaul; many populations there now sought to ally with Rome in fear of further German incursions.
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- Ally with her new doll
Her new doll has multiple outfits (got changed every hour it seems), backpack, salon chair, casts for her legs, arms, crutches. Enjoy Ally
Photo credit: Kirt Edblom
- Ally with her new drawing board
Here's a shot of Allison drawing on her new board. Total cost, $15. Cost for a new whiteboard from Office Max of the same size: $90.
Photo credit: MattGrommes
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