Did you possibly mean sympathizer?
- n. chiefly UK alternative spelling of sympathizer.
- n. commiserates with someone who has had misfortune
- n. someone who shares your feelings or opinions and hopes that you will be successful
“But to describe him as an IRA sympathiser is wilfully ignorant (to be charitable).”
“He said he had been labelled a sympathiser on the basis of one person's statement.”
“He was labelled a sympathiser on the basis of someone's statement, he said.”
“He was recognised as Fulvius Flaccus, a senator, a man perhaps already known as a sympathiser with schemes of reform.”
“It can blind you, then you make stupid mistakes, which could convert a vague 'sympathiser' into an active terrorist.”
“That agrees with the 20% 'sympathiser' figure given by Mr Rafiq.”
“The Congress is planning to add a glamour quotient in the capital's electoral scene by roping in Bollywood superstar and party 'sympathiser' Shahrukh Khan”
“He was doing well as a lawyer until 1972, when Amin, having ousted Obote in a coup, branded Binaisa a Zionist sympathiser because he was an attorney for the Israeli embassy.”
“Young Ted Miliband would take Stears to a book shop to show him books by his dad – the Marxist intellectual Ralph Miliband, in whose politics the right think they will find their best attack lines: that the younger Miliband is a secret sympathiser to his dad's long-incubated Marxist ideas.”
“It quoted a Libyan rebel sympathiser living abroad but in daily contact with activists in the capital as saying: "There have been attacks by Tripoli people and a lot of people have been killed on the army side.”
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