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Definition of "liason" []

  • Common misspelling of liaison. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "liason" in a sentence
  • "Indeed, all of our troop levels in the Middle East are, of course, strongly affected by the war, and this passage is but a promise to not abandon the Mid-East entirely, but to continue the kind of liason and standing missions we've been doing there for decades, prior to the war."
  • "The three men will be his "liason" to their respective services to help raise pledges."
  • "Jim Spiess, a convicted felon and Catherine Crabill supporter, is a "liason" for the "Virginia Tea Party Patriots Foundation"."