Synonyms for detractors

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But even she had her detractors and none more bitter than the man who wronged her.

But he had his enemies and detractors as well as his friends.

Indeed, it increased rather than lessened the asperity of her detractors.

You are teaching your children to revere their memories, while all of their detractors are in oblivion.

It is not to be supposed that so successful a man had no detractors.

This is the whole truth about a little failing of which my detractors have made the most.

His detractors have given a bad, but also a false coloring to this trait.

But part I must, by enemies and injuries; part with shame, and triumph of my detractors.

And where they have themselves failed, they are found to be the most merciless of detractors.

This was plausible, but Middleton's detractors did not rest there.