Definition of Coalition:

  1. Temporary grouping of rival entities (such as buyer and sellers, sellers and sellers, or different political parties) formed for a short-term and narrow aim (such as countering a common enemy). Unlike an alliance, a coalition does not usually involve meeting of minds and pooling of resources.

  2. An alliance for combined action, especially a temporary alliance of political parties forming a government or of states.

Synonyms of Coalition

Anschluss, Bund, Rochdale cooperative, Addition, Affiliation, Agglomeration, Aggregation, Agreement, Alignment, Alliance, Amalgamation, Anschluss, Assemblage, Assimilation, Association, Axis, Band, Blend, Blending, Bloc, Body, Cabal, Cahoots, Cartel, Centralization, Coadunation, Coalescence, Colleagueship, College, Collegialism, Collegiality, Combination, Combine, Combo, Common market, Communist front, Composition, Comradeship, Confederacy, Confederation, Confraternity, Congeries, Conglomeration, Conjugation, Conjunction, Consolidation, Conspiracy, Consumer cooperative, Cooperative, Cooperative society, Copartnership, Copartnery, Corps, Council, Credit union, Customs union, Economic community, Ecumenism, Embodiment, Encompassment, Enosis, Faction, Federalization, Federation, Fellowship, Fraternalism, Fraternity, Fraternization, Free trade area, Freemasonry, Front, Fusion, Gang, Grass-roots movement, Ground swell, Group, Grouping, Hookup, Inclusion, Incorporation, Integration, Junction, Junta, League, Machine, Marriage, Meld, Melding, Mergence, Merger, Merging, Mob, Movement, Package, Package deal, Partnership, Party, Political front, Political machine, Popular front, Ring, Society, Sodality, Solidification, Sorority, Syncretism, Syndication, Syneresis, Synthesis, Tie-in, Tie-up, Unification, Union, Wedding, Alliance, Union, Partnership, Affiliation, Bloc, Caucus

How to use Coalition in a sentence?

  1. A coalition of conservatives and disaffected Democrats.

Meaning of Coalition & Coalition Definition