Ally [noun]

Definition of Ally:

something united with another, especially by treaty

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Sentence/Example of Ally:

It has been a momentous year for tackling issues of social justice in the workplace—one that has seen many who are not directly impacted by racial and gender inequality look to step up to the plate as allies to the cause.

To me, the most important thing is just to be eager to learn, find good allies, find good mentors.

The deal that Perry and his allies pursued for three years while he was in Washington didn’t die when he stepped down and returned to Texas.

China sees Africa as an instrumental ally that will support its ambition to dominate the global stage and shift the focus of world leadership away from the US.

The future of our businesses, our economy, and our nation relies on us today to be allies for our neighbors.

Palantir’s software, the letter continues, is used by “the United States and its allies around the world.”

PFLAG is a national support, education, and advocacy organization for LGBTQ people, as well as their families, friends, and allies, and it is the largest grassroots-based family organization of its kind in the country.

Parks and RecreationStonewall Sports is an LGBTQ and ally not-for-profit sports league in Charlotte.

I don’t like being transactional with allies, but China’s been transactional with us.

I was curious whether that may have given you and some of your allies a false sense of security that a Brexit referendum would also fail.