ally (oneself) to

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ally (oneself) to

To join or unite with another person or group. In order to survive the attack, I allied myself to the invading soldiers. We need to ally ourselves to management if we want to keep our jobs.
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ally oneself to someone or something

to unite or affiliate oneself with someone or something. She sought to ally herself to the older members. Jane allied herself to the teacher almost immediately.
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The old battleaxe has allied herself to every right-on leftie cause going since she was elected to parliament about 100 years ago.
She has allied herself to a web of private firms milking the NHS, using politicians as a front.
If it fazed her that this was the first time Britannia had allied herself to a Muslim army (the Turks) waging war against the Christian infidel (the Russians) it hardly showed And if it mattered to her that the charge of the Light Brigade was little more than organised suicide, it didn't stop her tirelessly serving tea to her dying and depressed lads.
Spain allied herself to 13 tiny, rebel, English colonies, and sent its Governor of Louisiana, Bernardo de Galvez, at the head of his army to storm British strongholds in Alabama and Florida.
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