He was saluting what his ally, Nelson Mandela, had done to lead his country into democracy.
The fundamental point is that Turkey remains a U.S. ally—and a more important one than ever.
At first the authorities refuse to admit him, but he finds an ally in a dedicated teacher played by Naomie Harris.
Religion has been both the antagonist and the ally of science.
The Kabul government, our ally, would find itself in the middle between two friends.
To McCalloway his thoughts had turned for the succour of a steadying calm—and that one ally was no longer in reach.
In less than five minutes, she conquered old Nan, and secured her as an ally for ever.
He was Pharisaic ally thankful that he was not as that conglomerate group in the Bannister box.
Italy was at loggerheads with Austria, her ally, and about to break.
He must ally himself with no party and yet command the confidence of all parties.
late 14c., "relative, kinsman," from ally (v.); mid-15c. in the sense of "one united with another by treaty or league."