transitive verb-·lied′, -·ly′ing
to ally unsuitably or inappropriately
transitive verbmis·al·lied, mis·al·ly·ing, mis·al·lies
To ally inappropriately.
(third-person singular simple present misallies, present participle misallying, simple past and past participle misallied)
- to wrongly join together; to marry badly
- Despotism... misled him to place nearly all his family on thrones... and misally himself with a foreign princess, whose family and country were his unappeasable enemies. (History of the second war between the United States of America and Great Britain; by Charles Jared Ingersoll; p. 278)