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allegory, n. 1. parable, fable, apologue, tale, story, illustration; fiction, fantasy, myth.
2. comparison, analogy, simile, metaphor,
Rhet. pa-rabole, Rhet. figure of speech, Rhet. trope, Rhet. image.

allergy, n. 1. hypersensitivity, sensitivity; susceptibility, susceptibleness, susceptivity; vulnerability, weakness.
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Informal, antipathy, natural aversion, incompatibility, personality clash or conflict; repugnance, revulsion, abhorrence, detestation; antagonism, hostility, animosity.

alleviate, v. mitigate, reduce, diminish, lessen, weaken; abate, let up, slacken, remit, relax; allay, assuage, Rare, lenify, palliate; appease, soothe, Archaic, attemper, relieve, ease, soften, cushion, mollify, lighten; smooth, calm, compose, tranquilize, still, quiet, lull; solace, console, succor, remedy; quell, slake, deaden, dull, blunt, take the edge off of; smother, check, curb, tame, subdue; moderate, temper, modify, qualify.

alleviation, n. assuagement, palliation, appeasement; soothing, relief, easing, easement; softening, cushioning, mollification, lightening; smoothing, calming, composing, tranquilizing, sedation, lulling; mitigation, abatement, remission; reduction, diminution, lessening, slackening, weakening, relaxation; subduing, subdual, slaking, deadening, dulling, blunting; tempering, moderating, moderation, qualifying; bettering, improvement, amelioration.

alley, n. back street, byway, lane, road, dirt road, dead-end; footway, footpath, walk, walkway, promenade, mall; path, aisle, corridor, passageway, passage.

alliance, n. 1. coalition, entente, union, league, bloc, bund, federation, federacy, confederation, confederacy; partnership, co-partnership, affiliation; industry, enterprise, business, business establishment, commercial enterprise, concern, firm, company, house; corporation, incorporation, conglomerate, trust, syndicate, cartel, consortium, combine, machine, SI. plunderbund; junction, fusion, combination, merger, merging; association, society, guild; pool, cooperative, cooperation, co-op; council, junta, conclave, assembly, convention, diet; faction, party, splinter group, ring, group, Inf. push, Inf. crew, Inf. gang.
2. marriage, matrimony
or holy matrimony, bonds of matrimony, wedlock or holy wedlock, matrimonial union, marriage sacrament, sacrament of matrimony, wedding knot; mixed marriage, interfaith marriage, interracial marriage; intermarriage; kinship, nuptial tie or bind or knot, conjugal tie or bind or knot, connubial tie or bind or knot, marriage relationship, marital affinity, marriage or family connection.
3. pact, compact, treaty, covenant, concordat, contract, formal agreement; settlement, arrangement, understanding, cordial understanding, agreement, gentleman's agreement, deal, bargain, transaction.
4. affinity, affiliation, similarity, similitude, resemblance, correlation, relation, parallel, concurrence, correspondence; equivalence, parity, analogy, homogeneity, homology.

allied, adj. 1. confederate, confederated, leagued, federate, federal, federated; joined, united, bound, connected, associated, organized, unionized; merged, combined, amalgamated, corporate, corporated, incorporated, syndicated, syndical, cooperative, cooperating, in cooperation.
2. related, kindred, akin, cognate, congeneric
or congenerous; analogous, correlative, correlate, correlated, correlating, correspondent, corresponding, comparable, similar, resemblant, resembling, coordinated;

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