[ US /ˈæˌɫaɪd, əˈɫaɪd/ ]
  1. of or relating to or denoting the Allies in World War I
    the Allied powers
    an allied offensive
  2. of or relating to or denoting the Allies in World War II
    an Allied victory
    the Allied armies
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How To Use Allied In A Sentence

  • When Modin scored from the right circle to make it 3-0, it looked bleak for the Devils, who rallied from one-goal deficits twice before winning Game 2 in overtime. - Tampa Bay creeps closer to New Jersey with 4-3 win
  • They rallied me with a good deal of gaiety on different subjects, particularly upon the whiteness of my skin and the prominency of my nose. Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa, 1795-7
  • In the days following the D-Day landings, Allied troops carved a tenuous foothold on the coast of Normandy.
  • The former teacher, who now runs a craft brewery on the island, is keen to point out how the residents have rallied round. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is unlikely that his forces could withstand an allied onslaught for very long.
  • A series of offensives in early 1918 achieved initial success but ultimately failed to break the Allied line, and by summer, with the Americans coming in droves, the tide of the war had turned irreversibly against the Central Powers. How Wars end
  • They are probably allied to neurine, an alkaloid obtained from the brain and also from the bile. Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • In five months from January to May, 1944, the Allied troops were bogged down in a street-by-street battle.
  • The nurse said my mother had rallied after a poor night.
  • It was an impressive performance, especially when its two largest components, Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland, both had a torpid year. The performance put the Irish market ahead of many of its peers.
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