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noun as in supporter

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But it is a mistake to presume that because these voters are Obama loyalists they are Democratic Party loyalists.

That fact alone permits Christie loyalists to greet the new negativity with a healthy degree of sangfroid.

He still received 45 percent of the vote despite the mere mention of his name eliciting eye rolls from party loyalists.

Many Moroccan loyalists retaliated, looting and pillaging Sahrawi neighborhoods.

Both are Democratic House members, of course, and are Obama loyalists.

The loyalists, however, included men of various religious persuasions and of different shades of political opinion.

Through the skilful management of this minority the loyalists were disarmed everywhere at the beginning of the struggle.

The loyalists of New York had been shamefully treated by the dominant faction, and the British were received with joy.

The Jersey loyalists were left to the vengeance of their neighbours and were mercilessly plundered.

A large number of loyalists were now leaving the States and settling in Nova Scotia.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to loyalists, such as: follower, patriot, and chauvinist.

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