Common misspellings for alliance:
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Definition of alliance:
- a treaty between nations, or between individuals, for their mutual advantage. Abraham formed an alliance with some of the Canaanitish princes ( Genesis 14:13 ), also with Abimelech ( 21:22-32 ). Joshua and the elders of Israel entered into an alliance with the Gibeonites ( Joshua 9:3-27 ). When the Israelites entered Palestine they were forbidden to enter into alliances with the inhabitants of the country ( Leviticus 18:3 Leviticus 18:4 ; Leviticus 20:22 Leviticus 20:23 ). Solomon formed a league with Hiram ( 1 Kings 5:12 ). This " brotherly covenant" is referred to 250 years afterwards ( Amos 1:9 ). He also appears to have entered into an alliance with Pharaoh ( 1 Kings 10:28 1 Kings 10:29 ). In the subsequent history of the kingdoms of Judah and Israel various alliances were formed between them and also with neighbouring nations at different times. From patriarchal times a covenant of alliance was sealed by the blood of some sacrificial victim. The animal sacrificed was cut in two ( except birds), and between these two parts the persons contracting the alliance passed ( Genesis 15:10 ). There are frequent allusions to this practice ( Jeremiah 34:18 ). Such alliances were called " covenants of salt" ( Numbers 18:19 ; 2 Chr 13:5 ), salt being the symbol of perpetuity. A pillar was set up as a memorial of the alliance between Laban and Jacob ( Genesis 31:52 ). The Jews throughout their whole history attached great importance to fidelity to their engagements. Divine wrath fell upon the violators of them ( Joshua 9:18 ; 2 Sam Joshua 21:1 Joshua 21:2 ; Ezek. 17:16 ).
- The relation or union between persons or families contracted by intermarriage. In international law. A union or association of two or more states or nations, formed by league or treaty, for the joint prosecution of a war, or for their mutual assistance and protection in repelling hostile attacks. The league or treaty by which the association is formed. The act of confederating, by league or treaty, for the purposes mentioned. If the alliance is formed for the purpose of mutual aid in the prosecution of a war against a common enemy, it is called an " offensive" alliance. If it contemplates only the rendition of aid and protection in resisting the assault of a hostile power, it is called a " defensive" alliance. If it combines both these features, it is denominated an alliance " offensive and defensive."
- To connect by alliance; to ally.
- a formal agreement establishing an association or alliance between nations or other groups to achieve a particular aim
- The state of being allied; the act of allying or uniting; a union or connection of interests between families, states, parties, etc., especially between families by marriage and states by compact, treaty, or league; as, matrimonial alliances; an alliance between church and state; an alliance between France and England.
- Any union resembling that of families or states; union by relationship in qualities; affinity.
- The persons or parties allied.
- Relation or connection by birth or marriage; union between nations or parties.
- State of being allied: union by marriage or treaty.
- Union by treaty, marriage, or agreement.
- A formal union, as between states; intimate relationship.
- The state of being allied; relation or union by marriage; union by treaty or league; the treaty or league itself; any union or connection of interests; the parties allied. See Ally.
- Union; confederacy; association.