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fellow-traveller

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  • n. Alternative spelling of fellow traveller.

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Examples

  • But I was quite taken with this account by fellow-traveller Lorraine Rice who recounts how - despite her own reservations -- she felt that video games taught her son how to read and to understand history.

    Delia Lloyd: Five Virtues of Video Games

  • She is, at the very least, a fellow-traveller of what might be called socialism with an Alaskan face.

    taxes and socialism in alaska

  • It appears that there, as here, this particular mindset is a required qualification for entry into the ‘caring’ professions - accompanied, of course, by its fellow-traveller, the idea that is is not only wrong to judge but actually evil to try and act on your judgement.

    Public Officials Did Not Kill “Baby P” « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The first one, suggested by my fellow-traveller and CFR Fellow George Gavrilis, is to turn RC North into border mission.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • And each warrior, as he prosecuted his own task, or assisted with courtesy his companion, looked with observant curiosity at the equipments of his fellow-traveller, and noted particularly what struck him as peculiar in the fashion in which he arranged his riding accoutrements.

    The Talisman

  • It frequently happened, that, quitting these subjects, the conversation turned on such as were less attractive to their fellow-traveller.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • Sub – Prior to ride with him a few yards before Edward, and the troopers of his own party, he thus addressed him, sometimes interrupting his discourse in a manner testifying that his fear of supernatural beings was not altogether lulled to rest by his confidence in the sanctity of his fellow-traveller.

    The Monastery

  • Shafton found leisure to amuse the time in high-flown speeches and long anecdotes of the court of Feliciana, to which Mysie bent an ear not a whit less attentive, that she did not understand one word out of three which was uttered by her fellow-traveller.

    The Monastery

  • On this point, however, he lost all hope, being informed by his late fellow-traveller, whom he found at the Khan, that the Nawaub was absent from the city on a secret expedition, which might detain him for two or three days.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • And then when — my fellow-traveller came and took him — then I felt the horror of it; of it all; of all that, in spite of everything, we dare not tear ourselves away from.

    Little Eyolf

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