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Spell Check of ally

Correct spelling: ally

Definition of ally:

  1. One that is allied; a confederate.
  2. To unite by marriage or treaty; to connect, as by similitude or friendship.

Common misspellings for ally:

  • allie (26%)
  • aly (16%)
  • vally (10%)
  • alliy (8%)
  • allyn (8%)
  • allys (8%)
  • aplly (8%)
  • allly (6%)
  • ya'll (2%)
  • sall (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Ally \a(l)-ly\

noble, bright, famous; man's defender; noble, exalted
Ally as a girl's name is a variant of Alberta (Old German), Alexandra (Greek), Alice (Old German), Alison (Old German) and Allie, and the meaning of Ally is "noble, bright, famous; man's defender; noble, exalted".
Elly, Alli, Alle, Alla, Alley, Aley.

Examples of usage for ally:

  1. Thou art truly a wonderful ally!
  2. Not, zweet ally, I was busy.
  3. " I knew you were going to be an ally," she murmured under her breath.

Quotes for ally:

  1. Everybody on this floor wants to send the same loud and clear message: that Congress is united in its opposition to terror and we are all deeply concerned about the future and security of our close friend and ally, Israel. - Earl Blumenauer
  2. Ukraine has been a strong partner to the United States on international initiatives and a committed ally in fighting the War on Terrorism. - Vito Fossella
  3. Poland is an ally of the United States of America. It was our duty to show that we are a reliable, loyal, and predictable ally. America needed our help, and we had to give it. - Adam Michnik
  4. The United States, for a French citizen, is a friend, an ally, to whom we owe, along with most Europeans, our freedom. - Jean-Pierre Raffarin
  5. Some argue that recognition of the genocide has become even more problematic now, when the world is at war with terrorism and the United States cannot afford to offend the sensibility of our Turkish ally. - Adam Schiff

Rhymes for ally:

  1. ai, ay, aye, bae, bi, bligh, bly, brye, buy, by, bye, cai, chae, chai, chi, cry, cy, dai, die, dry, dye, eye, fae, fi, fly, flye, fry, frye, fye, gae, guy, gyi, hi, high, hy, jai, kai, keye, kwai, kyi, lai, lie, lxi, ly, lye, mai, mei, my, ngai, nie, nigh, nye, pae, phi, phy, pi, pie, ply, pri, pry, psi, pty, pye, rye, sai, sci, shai, shy, sigh, sky, sly, spry, spy, sri, sty, sy, tae, tai, thai, thigh, thy, tie, try, tsai, ty, tye, vi, vie, vy, wai, why, wry, wy, wye, yie.
  2. alai, apply, awry, belie, bonsai, brunei, bye-bye, comply, decry, defy, deny, descry, dubai, good-bye, goodbye, hereby, hi-fi, imai, imply, iwai, july, kanai, mcfly, mihai, nearby, rely, reply, retry, shanghai, standby, supply, thereby, untie, uy, versailles, whereby.
  3. cspi, isty, oversupply.
  4. dui, misapply, overfly, resupply, underlie.
  5. dwi.

Idioms for ally:

  1. ally oneself to sm or sth
  2. ally ( oneself) ( with sm) ( against sm or sth)
  3. ally oneself to