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left wing

noun as in person or group favoring change

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Breyer spoke approvingly of his relatively new status as the senior justice of the court’s left wing, suggesting he believed there was value in sticking around.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has a well-known problem with her left wing, often needing to talk, and press, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her Squad off the wall and back into the fold.

The entire Michigan media has been huddled with far left wing progressives and gov’t fascists for 48 hours to come up with a response to our brief.

Twenty-four years ago, the Philadelphia Flyers made the Stanley Cup Final with a talented roster of big, physical skaters — including future Hall of Famer Eric Lindros at center and 50-goal scorer John LeClair at left wing.

It was a partial defeat for the party's left wing, which had backed Sedillo López, a former law professor, in both 2018 and the special.

The left-wing blogosphere was all over a report that the House GOP was cutting Ebola funding.

Christie, with his Jersey Boy charm and willingness to butt heads when necessary, has long been a threat to the left wing.

Perry has also benefited from the fact that the national media—the right-wing and the left-wing—seem to be in his corner.

The left-wing bien-pensant read it for the purpose of expressing shocked outrage, the right-wing as a source for its outrage.

Dating back to 1883, the building was once a publishing headquarters for left-wing newspapers like L'Humanité.

As it was he had to press Nejdi into a fast gallop before he could clear the left wing of the advancing army.

In the operations ending in Ulm the second corps formed part of the left wing.

Thereafter his division formed the left wing of the French army under Brune.

In 1799 he was sent to command a division of the Army of Italy, and commanded the left wing at the battle of Novi.

The left wing of the force will occupy the shrubbery; the right will push on and blow up the gate.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to left-wing, such as: leftist, liberal, radical, communist, on the left, and socialist.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.