Thesaurus / partizan
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A partizan of the man she hated, or a sympathizer with this stranger who had already given her too much joy?

The City of DelightElizabeth Miller

His attitude was well known in the community where he lived and as partizan feeling increased, he became a marked man.

They had but one partizan with an influential name, a son of the old-time patriot Gaffori, the father-in-law of Buttafuoco.

The Life of Napoleon BonaparteWilliam Milligan Sloane

"This is the second time you have saved our lives, Caballero," Doa Mariana said to the partizan, with a look of gratitude.

StronghandGustave Aimard

And he is in proportion less efficient as a partizan, though more amusing.

SwiftLeslie Stephen

Of these incidents a partizan warfare was naturally more productive than a more serious campaign.

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

The City of DelightElizabeth Miller

But tradition is "tough" indeed, and especially if an element of superstition or partizan zeal be embedded in it.

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

But the inquiry which followed was not as penetrating nor as free from partizan bias as thoughtful citizens wished.

WORDS RELATED TO PARTIZAN

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.