Alliance : Synonyms and Antonyms


( Noun )

Democratic Party formed an alliance with Labor Party with the sole intention of defeating Republic Party.


1. Affiliation

2. Affinity

3. Agreement

4. Association

5. Coalition

6. Combination

7. Compact

8. Concordant

9. Confederacy

10. Connection

11. Federation

12. League

13. Pact

14. Partnership

15. Treaty

Contextual Examples:

This college has sought affiliation to Columbia University.

She has strong affinity for music and classical dance.

Do you belong to any professional association?

It is the combination of wit and analysis that makes his article so readable.

The two states have made a compact to co-operate in fighting terrorism.

They made a pact not to tell anyone.

She worked in partnership with her sister.


1. Alienation

2. Breach

3. Break

4. Disaffection

5. Dissociation

6. Disunion

7. Disunity

8. Division

9. Rapture

10. Separation

11. Severance

12. Split

Contextual Examples:

His criminal activities lead to complete alienation from his family.

There are signs of growing disaffection among his followers.

I wish to dissociate myself from the views expressed by my colleagues.

Separation from his friends made him sad.

The children split up into small groups.

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