right wing

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Synonyms for right wing

those who support political or social or economic conservatism

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Mademoiselle Stangerson had her apartment in the right wing.
At about two-thirds of its length this gallery, at a right angle, joined another gallery following the course of the right wing.
I sprang out of bed; and, pulling on a dressing-gown, followed Lawrence along the passage and the gallery to the right wing of the house.
When Leather-Stocking saw his enemy fairly under headway, as Benjamin would express it, he gave his attention to the right wing of the assailants.
On the right wing of the host, in the centre, or on the left wing, where I take it the Achaeans will be weakest?
Finally, the prince led the right wing, resting on Aunay.
The creature dived for my right wing so quickly that nothing but a sheer drop could have saved me.
Right wing three-quarter missing, indispensable to-morrow.
But not being experienced in such matters, the Gump did not judge his speed correctly; and instead of coming to a stop upon the flat rock he missed it by half the width of his body, breaking off both his right wings against the sharp edge of the rock and then tumbling over and over down the cliff.
The religious right wing still, however, also fantasizes that they represent some kind of American State Church, and thus they continue to dismiss claims for the separation of religious institutions and the government as if being their brand of sectarian Christian was the founders' intention.
Right wing Harper, who is often referred to as 'George W.
The extreme right wing Fox News outlets have introduced "Gotcha" journalism which is being emulated by TV and print media in Pakistan.
Throughout the pages of this controversial book, the author walks the sensitive tight rope of the three most divisive issues in America: Race, Religion, and Politics to make the argument that hate in America towards President Barack Obama is being fueled by the right wing media.
This paper-chasing money pit is steering us to bankruptcy and only now is in a race to see who does it first, his right wing organisation or the right wing supporting banks.
Despite the fact that Kadima, led by Tzipi Livni, won the most seats, this does not mean that it will be chosen by President Shimon Peres to form the coalition government, or even that it will be able to form one without making concessions to the extreme right wing parties.