sympathizer[ sim-puh-thahy-zer ]SEE DEFINITION OF sympathizer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYMPATHIZER
But is Mrs. Boompointer really disaffected, and a Southern sympathizer?
"And think of how hard Dave and you worked," put in a sympathizer.
You are a well-known Northern sympathizer and I am compelled to do it.
"I thought you were a Spanish sympathizer, Mr. Wyman," he said.
It created a sort of sympathy which was bad for the digestion of the sympathizer.
Gregg's point of view is that of a sympathizer with the Missouri backwoodsman; Maximilian's is that of the doctrinaire.
Every sympathizer seems to lift a bit of the weight from our own hearts.
Morier was throughout the war a sympathizer with Germany as against France.
The fuse is a "sympathizer" but it is probably somewhere close.
An election is an election, they heard one man saya Taylor sympathizer.
1815, agent noun from sympathize.