compromiser

[ kom-pruh-mahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF compromiser
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The dogmatist has called the great Emancipator a compromiser.

I am no compromiser, no treaty-maker, no haggler, no beggar.

Peer is a compromiser at every station of his variegated career.

He is not a compromiser, but a combatant, and his blows have been telling ones.

I'm not naturally a trimmer and a compromiser--but, poor Honora!

Yet in his rôle of compromiser, Douglas made much of this vote.

"Dizzy," he said, was not a compromiser; if he had opponents, he recognized them as such and never sought to placate them.

But at such times Basine revealed his interesting talents as a compromiser, fence straddler, pacifier.

Suppose, then, that each man on whom in turn the new ideas dawned wore to borrow the compromiser's plea and imitate his example.

In the one case, the compromiser rejects the highest truth, or dissembles his own acceptance of it.

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