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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of re-ally.

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Examples

  • Attracted to the body; polluted by evil and crude matter; divorced from the intellect — this menstruating, sinful allegorical abstraction of woman-soul is called upon to purify herself, to rid herself from her femaleness so that she can be re-allied with the elevated male elements of Creation.

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • "So," he continued, more carelessly, -- "so the reconciliation is effected, and our interests and our hearts re-allied.

    My Novel — Complete

  • "So," he continued, more carelessly, -- "so the reconciliation is effected, and our interests and our hearts re-allied.

    My Novel — Volume 08

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