faction[ fak-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF faction
Synonyms for faction
- pressure group
- splinter group
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FACTION
Honor, I did not lift my hand against him; but I was in the quarrel with his faction.
The Greenwich faction knew how to take advantage of this disposition.
The people looked upon her as belonging to them more than she had done before, and faction was silenced by the general delight.
All the Kings of faction received in their turns his homage and felicitations.
In what age or what country was there ever a man so ‘left by faction?’
The report of the Tuam Herald reads like a faction fight in a whiskey-shop.
He stands untrammeled and uncommitted to any faction whatever.
But the faction Barrios joined needed to fear no political betrayal.
But they were too powerful an instrument to escape the eye of faction.
They had no faction behind them to uphold them against the king.