Thesaurus / compatriot
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Then he defended himself publicly against his former compatriots, who had criticized him as a “rogue” and a selfish coward.
THEDONALD’S OWNER SPEAKS OUT ON WHY HE FINALLY PULLED PLUG ON HATE-FILLED SITECRAIG TIMBERG, DREW HARWELLFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He also admires Atlético Madrid’s Diego Simeone, another compatriot, for finding tactical balance.
Not only were a great number of the participants using their smartphones to document themselves and their compatriots as they launched the attack, but many of them in turn shared the footage on Parler.
INSIDE THE CAPITOL RIOT: WHAT THE PARLER VIDEOS REVEALBY ALEC MACGILLISJANUARY 17, 2021PROPUBLICA
Both mice and humans share a connectedness with their compatriots in emotional situations, he says, and research points to a shared evolutionary basis for empathy.
MICE MAY ‘CATCH’ EACH OTHER’S PAIN — AND PAIN RELIEFCAROLYN WILKEJANUARY 12, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Police believe that once inside, other rioters opened another door or a few doors to let still more of their compatriots in.
CAPITOL BREACH PROMPTS URGENT QUESTIONS ABOUT SECURITY FAILURESCAROL D. LEONNIG, AARON DAVIS, DAN LAMOTHE, DAVID FAHRENTHOLDJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Strange to say, with all his love for what belonged to and came from Poland, he kept compatriot musicians at a distance.
FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
"Neighbor," in Gospel language, means a compatriot, a person belonging to the same nationality.
MY RELIGIONLEO TOLSTOY
His compatriot, Le Fèbvre, had begun to give a few lessons as a dancing-master.
MY LADY LUDLOWELIZABETH GASKELL
"Your cheerful compatriot is right," said Ethan, shaken suddenly out of his rôle as Nature's apologist.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
A compatriot of his, Edmund Falconer, like himself an actor as well as an author, had opened the way for him.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
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