Alliance in a sentence

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The two minority parties have formed an alliance, which should allow them to hold the balance of power.

Ogden Nash once remarked that marriage is the alliance of two people, one of whom never remembers birthdays, and the other who never forgets.

On the television show “Survivor,” the contestants try to make alliances with different people to vote others off the island.

In 1879, the governments of Germany and Austria formed an alliance under which they agreed to come to each other’s aid if either was attacked.

In 1912, Turkey was defeated by an alliance of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, and Montenegro.

Thailand was in alliance with Japan during World War Two, but became a U.S. ally following the conflict.

Frederich Engels described marriage as a means of establishing alliances between warring elites.