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Synonyms for league

class

Synonyms

in league with someone

Synonyms

  • collaborating with
  • leagued with
  • allied with
  • conspiring with
  • working together with
  • in cooperation with
  • in cahoots with
  • hand in glove with

Synonyms for league

an association, especially of nations for a common cause

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

a group of athletic teams that play each other

a division of persons or things by quality, rank, or grade

to be formally associated, as by treaty

to assemble or join in a group

Synonyms for league

an association of states or organizations or individuals for common action

an obsolete unit of distance of variable length (usually 3 miles)

unite to form a league

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Jabez Wilson,' said my assistant, 'and he is willing to fill a vacancy in the League.
Finally, I went to the landlord, who is an accountant living on the ground-floor, and I asked him if he could tell me what had become of the Red-headed League.
As far as you are personally concerned," remarked Holmes, "I do not see that you have any grievance against this extraordinary league.
About four o'clock in the evening, being then within a league of the island, I found the point of the rocks which occasioned this disaster stretching out, as is described before, to the southward, and casting off the current more southerly, had, of course, made another eddy to the north; and this I found very strong, but not directly setting the way my course lay, which was due west, but almost full north.
There was no wind stirring to help me, and all I could do with my paddles signified nothing: and now I began to give myself over for lost; for as the current was on both sides of the island, I knew in a few leagues distance they must join again, and then I was irrecoverably gone; nor did I see any possibility of avoiding it; so that I had no prospect before me but of perishing, not by the sea, for that was calm enough, but of starving from hunger.
for so it appeared to me now to be) into the wide ocean, almost two leagues, and in the utmost despair of ever recovering it again.
The travelers were therefore obliged to stay at the hotel until the next day; the horses had done ten leagues that day and needed rest.
Twenty leagues more, performed with the same rapidity, twenty more leagues devoured, and no one, not even D'Artagnan, could overtake the enemies of the king.
Barbicane could even prove, by the elevations which served as landmarks upon the moon, which was only two thousand leagues distant, that its speed was becoming uniform-- fresh proof that there was no fall.
The speed of the projectile seemed to him to be more than 200 yards, or about 170 leagues a second.
Yes, Nicholl; but however little it might be," replied Barbicane, "in a distance of 84,000 leagues, it wanted no more to make us miss the moon.
About two leagues above the town a broad valley called the "Despoblado," or uninhabited, branches off from that one by which we had arrived.
There was no water nearer than three or four leagues, and that only in very small quantity, and bad: the soil was absolutely sterile; I looked in vain even for a lichen adhering to the rocks.
Two of those boats (which by our glasses we could see were English) outsailed the rest, were near two leagues ahead of them, and gained upon us considerably, so that we found they would come up with us; upon which we fired a gun without ball, to intimate that they should bring to: and we put out a flag of truce, as a signal for parley: but they came crowding after us till within shot, when we took in our white flag, they having made no answer to it, and hung out a red flag, and fired at them with a shot.
keeping above fifty leagues off from the usual course to the eastward.