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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She would do better to ally herself to Amber Rudd, Philip Hammond and Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson, and work for a soft or as Davidson has called it 'open' Brexit.
Even though the Newcastle event won't be taking place in a library, Val is more than happy to ally herself to the cause.
Unfortunately, the more Burns surrounds himself with vibrant thesps, the more wooden his own perf registers, and the mystery of why even a pregnant Brittany Murphy would ally herself to such an emotionless stick begins to trump any script-driven question of commitment.
I would imagine that Ulrika may feel threatened by those two and, if so, she would ally herself to the men.
I would imagine that Ulrika may feel threatened by those two and if so, she would ally herself to the men.