or in·ter·al·lied



between or among allied nations, especially the Allies of World War I.

Origin of inter-Allied

First recorded in 1915–20 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Historical Examples of inter-allied

  • And if it is true that a number of people voted twice and even three times the Inter-Allied Commission fell short of its duties.

  • As we entered the main corridor, we heard the low voice of the Inter-Allied news-announcer, coming from the disc in a room nearby.

    Tarrano the Conqueror

    Raymond King Cummings

  • It was in full operation; our Inter-Allied news-tape was clicking; the low voice of the announcer droned through the silence.

    Tarrano the Conqueror

    Raymond King Cummings

  • But that would not account for their neglect to despatch an Inter-Allied contingent to restore order in the city and country.

  • The last so-called inter-Allied conference in the Entente countries made it clear that this change had been effected.

    The Red Conspiracy

    Joseph J. Mereto