patriot

[ pey-tree-uh t, -ot or, esp. British, pa-tree-uh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF patriot

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She was a Livingston, and a patriot, and she knew me for one as well.

This unlucky newspaper was a thorn in the side of every patriot of Carlow County.

Hardly had we breakfasted, when he, the Patriot, waited upon us.

Soon he was in among the trees and out of sight of the patriot soldiers on the Heights.

“There are two things that I hope to do, when in the patriot army,” said Dick.

I intend to be a patriot myself, and to kill the Grand Duke of Reisenburg.

Whose be the white bones by thy side, once leagued in patriot band!

Every good Dutch patriot must feel persuaded of the truth of this.

This was Jonaique Jelly, barber, clock-mender, and Manx patriot.

I would you could have seen me play the part of the patriot.

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