ALLY', v.t. L. ligo.
1. To unite, or form a relation, as between families by marriage, or between princes and states by treaty, league or confederacy.
2. To form a relation by similitude, resemblance or friendship. Note. This word is more generally used in the passive form, as families are allied by blood; or reciprocally, as princes ally themselves to powerful states.
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