Pronunciation of Allying
/ˈala͡ɪɪŋ/, /ˈalaɪɪŋ/, /ˈa_l_aɪ_ɪ_ŋ/
Antonyms for Allying:
divorce, divide, different, agitate, unmix, dissuade, disunite, shun, dissociate, injure, separate, conceal, hurt, discourage, detach, loose, avoid, far, let go, disassociate, Unlink, heat, exclude, dissimilar, incite, continue, Unknit, loosen, disregard, step up, disconnect, upset, mismatched, unfasten, raise, excite, enlarge, unfriendly, strengthen, trouble, inconsistent, hide, irritate, disperse, unalike, release, prevent, disjoin, fail, variable, warm, lose, move, part, untie, divergent, mess up, extend, hinder, imbalance, protest, disapprove, uncouple, oppose, advance, harm, go forward, unlike, disagree, sever, away, worry, stay away, refuse, thwart, unequal, increase, go on, changing, halt, break.
Synonyms for Allying:
agnate, akin, alike, allied, analogous, approximative, close, coextensive, cognate, commensurate, comparable, compatible, conforming, congeneric, consistent, consonant, corresponding, double, equal, equivalent, homologous, identical, matching, near, parallel, related, same, selfsame, such, twin, undifferentiated, uniform, Approximating, Equaling, Jibing, Relating, Resembling, congenerous, according to, not far from, in the manner of, much the same, not unlike, on the order of.
ally, amalgamate, annex, associate, band together, combine, confederate, connect, hook up, incorporate, join, relate, team up, unite, line up, tie up, plug into, come aboard, form connection, go partners, throw in with.
abet, abide by, advocate, angel, assist, bankroll, boost, champion, countenance, encourage, endorse, favor, finance, grubstake, sanction, second, sponsor, stake, stick by, subsidize, sustain, underwrite, uphold, side with, stand behind, stick up for, give a leg up, go to bat for, give a boost, give a lift.
banding, concurring, interlacing, meshing, overlapping, participating, reciprocating, sharing, trading, uniting, Associating, Dovetailing, Interweaving, Colluding, Confederating, Pooling, collaborating, co-operating, intermeshing, intertwining, Affiliating.
affix, attach, bridge, cohere, consociate, correlate, couple, equate, fasten, get into, hook on, marry, slap on, span, tack on, tag, tag on, wed, yoke, tie in with, hitch on, join up with, meld with, network with.
identify with (verb)
abutting, bonding, connecting, coupling, joining, merging, splicing, wedding, Adhering, Affiliating, Affixing, Amalgamating, Annexing, Attaching, Clinging, Marrying, Relating, Consolidating, juxtaposing.
bond, catch, conjugate, drop anchor, espouse, get married, knit, land, match, mate, one, pledge, promise, settle down, unify, get hitched, tie the knot, become one, lead to altar, plight one's troth, take vows, walk down aisle.
affect, appertain, apply, ascribe, assign, bear upon, bracket, compare, concern, coordinate, credit, impute, interconnect, interdepend, interrelate, orient, orientate, pertain, refer, touch, correspond to, identify with, have to do with, be joined with, be relevant to, have reference to.
alleviate, assuage, balm, becalm, calm down, cool off, ease, mollify, pacify, quiet, relieve, settle, soften, still, unburden, take the edge off, pour oil on, smooth down, take the sting out of, untrouble.
Usage examples for Allying:
- It is especially important for us, in view of the strong prejudice against us, the disposition to view us with a critical eye, to hold up and magnify our short- comings, that we be particularly concerned to be constantly manifesting, evidencing our good citizenship by allying ourselves only with the things that are true, and just, and pure, and lovely, and of good report. - "The Negro and the elective franchise. A Series Of Papers And A Sermon (The American Negro Academy. Occasional Papers, No. 11.)", Archibald H. GrimkÃ©, Charles C. Cook, John Hope, John L. Love, Kelly Miller, and Rev. Frank J. GrimkÃ©.
- There is only one thing more required to make me feel perfectly well, dear father, which is that you will not insist on my allying myself to people who are utterly opposed to my way of thinking and feeling. - "The Progressionists, and Angela.", Conrad von Bolanden.
- Was it to be hoped that the stern spirit of religious enthusiasm, allying itself with the- keen instinct of civil liberty, would endue the provinces with strength to throw off the Spanish yoke? - "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete", John Lothrop Motley.
- And in foreign affairs he reversed the far- sighted policy of his predecessor by allying himself with Austria and reducing Prussia to a secondary place among the German states. - "A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1.", Carlton J. H. Hayes.
- And if it cannot take the direct way- the way of main force- it gains its end all the same by allying itself with historical culture, though generally without its connivance; and speaking through its mouth, turns away every fresh birth with a shrug of its shoulders, and makes us feel all the more that we are late- comers and Epigoni, that we are, in a word, born with gray hair. - "Thoughts Out of Season (Part II)", Friedrich Nietzsche.
Rhymes for Allying:
- plying, flying, eyeing, spying, prying, dying, crying, lying, trying, lying, spying, eyeing, frying, dying, prying, buying, guying, buying, crying, flying, plying, frying, shying, drying, sighing, guying, vying, shying, dyeing, tying, sighing, tying, vying, dyeing, drying, trying;
- defying, undying, applying, decrying, supplying, supplying, belying, undying, implying, belying, denying, replying, retrying, relying, replying, complying, relying, retrying, defying, decrying, implying, denying, applying, complying;
- semidrying, overlying, semidrying, misapplying, underlying, overflying, overflying, misapplying, underlying, overlying;
- indemnifying, indemnifying;