al·​li·​a·​ble | \ əˈlīəbəl also aˈ-\

Definition of alliable

: capable of being allied : able to enter into an alliance

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First Known Use of alliable

1743, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for alliable

ally entry 1 + -able

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