Antonyms for opposers

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But the opposers are usually members of either of the interested families.

We love not the rebukers of our sins, or the opposers of our pleasures.

The opposers of slavery profess to be governed alone by the teachings of the Bible, in their war upon this institution.

The opposers were put to shame, and ever since has that meeting-house been free.

This I had no freedom to do, and so they continued my opposers.

For some of her husband's opposers, at D——, threaten to clap one upon him.

He was told that these words were not spoken by Paul, but by his opposers.

Its memories are of monks and opposers of monks; its present is of watches and music boxes.

A scheme, so uncommon, had opposers and despisers in abundance.

The Revolution could derive no benefit from confusion, and its opposers might.