Definition of Misally

1. Verb. Make a bad alliance; ally inappropriately. "The two countries are misallied"

Generic synonyms: Ally
Derivative terms: Misalliance



Definition of Misally

1. Verb. to wrongly join together; to marry badly ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Misally

1. to ally badly [v -LIED, -LYING, -LIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misally

misalliances
misallied
misallies
misallocate
misallocated
misallocates
misallocating
misallocation
misallocations
misallot
misallotment
misallotments
misallots
misallotted
misallotting
misally (current term)
misallying
misalter
misaltered
misaltering
misalters
misanalyse
misanalysed
misanalyses
misanalysing
misanalysis
misanalyze
misanalyzed
misanalyzes
misanalyzing

Literary usage of Misally

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1. History of the Girondists: Or, Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the by Alphonse de Lamartine (1848)
"To misally one's thought," said he, " is not to strengthen, but to corrupt it. Virtue, pure though defeated, is more powerful than triumphant vice. ..."

2. History of the Second War Between the United States of America and Great by Charles Jared Ingersoll (1852)
"... to repudiate a much respected wife*, and misally himself with a foreign princess, whose family and country were his unappeasable enemies. ..."

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