partizan

[ pahr-tuh-zuh n; British pahr-tuh-zan ]
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Salicetti was too prominent a partizan to be overlooked by the angry burghers.

But the Daityas were angry with him, affirming that he had become a partizan of the gods.

Wa-ha-che-ra, Big Knife, a partizan or leader of war parties.

It is not safe to be a partizan, but it is safe to be free, courageous, and honest in all things.

This is but the first part of the journals of this noted American partizan.

By the side of the partizan motives stalked the desire for gain.

A partizan of the Commune had determined to profit by the decree.

I have no quarrel with your partizan creed, no matter what it is.

Here, again, I fancy that partizan prejudice had something to do with the dislike.

Nevertheless, tell me no more; if I must be a partizan, I shall be a partizan to my husband.

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