coalition
[ˌkəʊə'lɪʃn]

noun

[Definition]: alliance, a combined object

[Example Sentences]:
1. He recalled the first time he directed a coalition strike in July 2015.
2. The junior partners in the current coalition government, the Liberal Democrats, would get 7%.
3. The coalition added that it will make its findings from the investigation public.
4. The monitors say there have been more civilian casualties than the coalition has reported.
5. Some parts of the Obama coalition were not yet ready to follow that lead.
6. There are signs a coalition is coming together, at least in parts of the international system.
7. Both men said they expected other parties to join their coalition talks.
8. It was one of five airstrikes conducted by the coalition in Syria since Monday, the military said.
9. It says coalition forces would not intentionally strike a known Syrian military unit.
10. The coalition has acknowledged that this is likely true.
11. Do we have the coalition to make it work?
12. American and coalition forces continue to train and advise the Afghan military.
13. The Syrian government has not yet responded, though a key rebel coalition welcomed the announcement.
14. The coalition took it back earlier this year.
15. The coalition with the tribal fighters here is not unique.


[Antonyms]disruption, rebellion, disagreement

[Synonyms]league, union, alliance
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