Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of league.

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Examples

  • We did feel, nearly all of us, the desire more than ever to remain leagued with her courage and energy and honesty, with her independence and self-reliance, with her great history, her great literature, her great and sane freedom.

    Some Deductions from the Imperial Press Conference

  • In the end Ahuna and I, old school and new school leagued together, won out.

    SHIN-BONES

  • And if she did tell the truth, Mother Berthildis would probably think her leagued with the devil.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • And if she did tell the truth, Mother Berthildis would probably think her leagued with the devil.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • And if she did tell the truth, Mother Berthildis would probably think her leagued with the devil.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Aleck Carter had leagued himself with the Dark Ones of Luna.

    "Once in a Blue Moon" by Harl Vincent, part 4

  • Those who have deceived the people or the representatives of the people, in order to lead them into undertakings contrary to the interests of liberty; Those who have sought to inspire discouragement, in order to favor the enterprises of the tyrants leagued against the Republic; those who have disseminated false news in order to divide or disturb the people;

    Annotations

  • Normans, Italians, and southern French, were thus already practically leagued in warfare against the common foe.

    The crusader.

  • Amis admonished readers to see these symptoms for what they are: “You have not suffered a minor brain lesion, you are not all that bad at your job, your family and friends are not leagued in a conspiracy of barely maintained silence about what” a skunk you are, “you have not come at last to see life as it really is.”

    Your Brain Is Going to Fall Out of Your Head - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Amis admonished readers to see these symptoms for what they are: “You have not suffered a minor brain lesion, you are not all that bad at your job, your family and friends are not leagued in a conspiracy of barely maintained silence about what” a skunk you are, “you have not come at last to see life as it really is.”

    Your Brain Is Going to Fall Out of Your Head - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

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