Antonyms for old-line

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"Secession" was not a word with which to charm the "old-line Whigs" of the South.

In the first place, I would say he was not an old-line Whig.

The Committee concluded their interviews with an old-line corporal.

Governor Rector had been elected, in the autumn of 1860, by the Democrats and old-line Whigs.

And his opinion was that the old-line colleges tended to destroy individuality and smother initiative.

The party passed over Colonel Roosevelt; the memory of 1912 was still too bitter to permit the old-line leaders to accept him.

The old-line companies do not offer the form of disability insurance required by railway employees.

Some of them warmly support the law, but others have united with the old-line Democrats in opposing it.

It is in the towns that the old-line Democrats, whom Tillman drove from office, have always been the strongest.

The adherence of old-line Whig politicians like Seward suggests that there was some alloy in the pure gold of Republicanism.

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