Thesaurus / old-line
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The party passed over Colonel Roosevelt; the memory of 1912 was still too bitter to permit the old-line leaders to accept him.
WOODROW WILSON'S ADMINISTRATION AND ACHIEVEMENTSFRANK B. LORD AND JAMES WILLIAM BRYAN
Governor Rector had been elected, in the autumn of 1860, by the Democrats and old-line Whigs.
His cast of mind was essentially conservative, and down to 1856 he would no doubt have called himself an old-line Whig.
WILLIAM HICKLING PRESCOTTHARRY THURSTON PECK
In the first place, I would say he was not an old-line Whig.
And his opinion was that the old-line colleges tended to destroy individuality and smother initiative.
But the old-line managers, taking up photoplays, begin by making curious miniatures of stage presentations.
The Committee concluded their interviews with an old-line corporal.
GENERAL MAX SHORTERKRIS OTTMAN NEVILLE
An old-line Whig could proclaim his principles in Louisiana and Massachusetts64 alike.
Departments or courses of agriculture in general or old-line colleges, and universities.
THE CHALLENGE OF THE COUNTRYGEORGE WALTER FISKE
The old-line companies do not offer the form of disability insurance required by railway employees.

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