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party line

noun as in philosophy of a political party

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The vote on a resolution to remove Greene from her committee assignments broke along party lines, with nearly all Republicans opposing the resolution.

Obama administration officials have cited the Bush administration for an exceptionally smooth transition in 2009, despite it happening across party lines.

Just like it’s irrational that they’d believe an election is fraudulent because of a political party line.

Friday’s vote, however, was largely along party lines, with Democrats voting overwhelmingly to support the federal decriminalization bill and all but five Republicans broadly opposing it.

No, what matters to its target audience is adherence to a party line.

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Taking to the small screen represents a big departure by Pippa from the Royal party line.

But the other couples are mainly devout Catholics who toe the party line when it comes to birth control and divorce.

Some Latino and African-American Democrats have already departed from the party line on immigration.

It denies the true Muslim status of virtually all enemies, even active Islamists who do not toe the party line.

It had previously passed the Arizona State Senate on a party line vote.

"We'll hook old Mitch on our party line, sometime, Frank," he said.

The party line between Whig and Tory turned ostensibly upon this issue.

This idea made the "party line" practicable, and at once created a boom in the use of the telephone by enterprising farmers.

"Company promised to finish the party line next month," answered Sandy.

During the campaign, the line of division on annexation had been a party line—Democrats favoring; Whigs opposing.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to party line, such as: bandwagon, line, party doctrine, party ideology, party philosophy, and party policy.

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