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partisan, fautor
n. (historical English law) a patron, supporter, protector, or partisan; "The court suitor was fortunate that the king was his fautor; otherwise, he might not have been spared punishment for his misdeeds."
partizan, partisan
n. a pike with a long tapering double-edged blade with lateral projections; 16th and 17th centuries
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partizan, partisan
adj. devoted to a cause or party
partisan
adj. devoted to a cause or party
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custodian, protector, caretaker, guardian
n. in law, a person who has custody, as of a prisoner, ward, etc.; "He was made the custodian of his sister's child by the court."
adherent, disciple
n. someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
lover, devotee, buff, fan
n. an ardent follower and admirer
follower
n. a person who accepts the leadership of another
follower
n. someone who travels behind or pursues another
Zealot
n. a member of an ancient Jewish sect in Judea in the first century who fought to the death against the Romans and who killed or persecuted Jews who collaborated with the Romans
plugger, booster, promoter
n. someone who is an active supporter and advocate
radical
n. a person who has radical ideas or opinions
well-wisher, sympathiser, sympathizer
n. someone who shares your feelings or opinions and hopes that you will be successful
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abetter, abettor
n. one who helps or encourages or incites another
friend, booster, admirer, champion, protagonist, supporter
n. a person who backs a politician or a team etc.; "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library"
allied
adj. joined by treaty or agreement
irregular
adj. (of solids) not having clear dimensions that can be measured; volume must be determined with the principle of liquid displacement
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nonpartizan, nonpartisan
adj. free from party affiliation or bias
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