Thesaurus / well-wishers
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Claude stood in the midst of a large circle of well-wishers.
THE SHADOW OF A SINBERTHA M. CLAY
It is not the business of the Scots, who are incapable of it, and no well-wishers to the church of England.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.II.TOBIAS SMOLLETT
The well-wishers of the liberty and union of this empire salute you, and recommend you most heartily to the Divine protection.
Farewell, most learned Aldus, and reckon Erasmus as one of your well-wishers.
ERASMUS AND THE AGE OF REFORMATIONJOHAN HUIZINGA
Those whom you consider to be well-wishers of India are not such in my estimation.
INDIAN HOME RULEM. K. GANDHI
At first Frank's well-wishers tried to hint to him that there was likelihood of his friendship with her being misunderstood.
THE JUNGLE GIRLGORDON CASSERLY
Because with Tabals backing, he had harassed and persecuted me and my well-wishers.
THE BBUR-NMA IN ENGLISHBABUR, EMPEROR OF HINDUSTAN
It is, however, making a noble effort, and all well-wishers of Colombia trust its endeavors will be crowned with success.
UP THE ORINOCO AND DOWN THE MAGDALENAH. J. MOZANS
There is a second sort that are well-wishers, crying, grace, grace be unto it.
But it was only the ceremony of the setting of Salvina's tombstone, which was attracting all these relatives and well-wishers.
GHETTO TRAGEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL