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Yet the temper of the House of Commons, sullenly, doggedly determined, might even thus early have warned its opposers.
I, THOU, AND THE OTHER ONEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
The opposition came from the larger towns, but the opposers were awed by the determined bearing of the enemies of the slave-trade.
Who is fitter for this, than the scornful opposers of his grace and service?
He had many opposers, but never lost his temper through their provocations.
OLIVE LEAVESLYDIA HOWARD SIGOURNEY
As they had done once before in the annals of his office, the other two selectmen made a party with Sproul's opposers.
Nothing that we propose to do can be prevented by our opposers, without violating the Charter of our rights.
Do not even wicked knaves and opposers of Christians often suffer at the hands of one another what they are not pleased to endure?
He handled his political opposers with great severity which accounts for the mighty effort made to ostracise him from the Bench.
Mr. Lewis was among the early and determined opposers to the unjust pretensions of the British ministers.
As the specks of war began to concentrate Mr. Rodney became one of the most active opposers of British tyranny.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION