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Synonyms for partisan

Synonyms for partisan

Synonyms for partisan

a fervent and even militant proponent of something

a pike with a long tapering double-edged blade with lateral projections

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devoted to a cause or party

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The unlucky partisan, thus robbed of his horses, turned furiously on his prisoners, ordered them to be bound hand and foot, and swore to put them to death unless his property were restored.
The loss of his horses completed the ruin of the unlucky partisan.
On August 24 Davydov's first partisan detachment was formed and then others were recognized.
The partisan warfare flamed up most fiercely in the latter days of October.
de Villefort to purify Marseilles of his partisans.
But she rose at the command of the men with partisans, and walked with a tolerably firm step, preceded by Charmolue and the priests of the officiality, between two rows of halberds, towards a medium-sized door which suddenly opened and closed again behind her, and which produced upon the grief-stricken Gringoire the effect of a horrible mouth which had just devoured her.
Texas, for now, will not join the list of states fighting in court over the limits of partisan gerrymandering.
Jubilerer, is that partisan gerrymandering becomes unconstitutional only when it "has gone too far," giving rise to the intractable inquiry into "how much is too much.
Thanks to technology and political polarization, the effects of partisan gerrymandering since 2012 have been more pronounced than at any point in the previous 50 years.
Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-Maine) joined dozens of current and former Members of Congress in submitting an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court regarding a pending case before the High Court that could stop the undemocratic partisan gerrymandering of political districts.
Drawing on group polarization literature, we further hypothesize partisan self-stereotyping--an automatic reaction to partisan identity salience--as a mechanism behind the polarizing effect of partisan conflict-framed news.
Among the findings: Judges tend to favor litigants from their own party in cases pitting them against someone from the other party; campaign contributions increase partisan behavior; judges not facing a re-election campaign are less likely to be partisan; and partisanship in judicial decision making is getting worse.
Current Legal Constraints on How a Partisan Gerrymander
Election law expert on Friday rebutted the Commission on Elections (Comelec) who warned barangay (village) officials of engaging in partisan political activities or they will face the law.
Prior to his arrest, he had spent three months in the mountains of northwest Italy as a member of a partisan group.