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Definition of "re-ally" []

  • To bring together again; to ally anew. (verb)

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Use "re-ally" in a sentence
  • "At any time, states can withdraw from a multi-state alliance and re-ally with another group."
  • "And Maine will have to re-ally to get any representation."
  • "The chance to re-ally itself with the Jordans and Turkeys and Egypts of the Arab world is an opportunity that Syria would be well advised to take."
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