Which preposition to use with aligned

with Occurrences 7%

As a result, they become more conscious of how their moment-to-moment decisions can be better aligned with the larger issues with which they are concerned.

against Occurrences 2%

The fate, which he had felt to be fighting with him, he now was equally sure was aligned against him.

in Occurrences 2%

Specifically, the point toward which units are aligned in successive movements.

before Occurrences 1%

Now when these unusual appearing allies stood silently aligned before them on the seashore, Dom Manuel said, with a polite bow toward this appalling host, that he hardly thought Duke Asmund would be able to withstand such Redeemers.

across Occurrences 1%

Every one of the six Armies aligned across France, from Paris to the Grand Couronne, had its own glorious task in the defeat of the German plans.

on Occurrences 1%

The Revolution was a struggle within the British Empire, in which were aligned on one side the American Whigs supported by the English Whigs, and on the other side the English Tories supported by the American Tories.

to Occurrences 1%

Outposts on the beach become aware of each other: narrow stones aligned to the east, grouped around a driftwood stick sixteen inches high.

along Occurrences 1%

The Caribees were aligned along the track, the officers so bewildered by the confusion that it was by a miracle some of the groups of moving men were not run over by the backing engines.

Which preposition to use with  aligned