independents[ in-di-pen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF independents
Synonyms for independents
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEPENDENTS
His fight is only an old notion about the independents sticking on.
For another season the independents will have laws of their own from the legislature.
Baxter at this time had not heard of the existence of any Independents.
At first, the Independents harmonized with the Presbyterians.
Why, except about the contracts to do the work for the independents at fifteen cents—that's all.
This was aimed at both the Presbyterians and the Independents.
The Independents and the Presbyterians were now in possession of Oxford.
The Independents do not appear to have made a very vigorous campaign in 1876.
To this period was every measure precipitated by the zealous Independents.
Some of them were honest, but fanatical, Independents and Republicans.