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  • He was mad with President Wilson, and he prophesied a great awakening when Uncle Sam got up against John Bull in Europe and found out the kind of standpatter he was.

    Mr. Standfast

  • A "standpatter" seemed hardly so assured as before he encountered the dim, surprised gaze, but the old clergyman was esteemed a good sort, and he ventured on a reminder:

    The Lost Guidon 1911

  • In farming as in politics Washington was no standpatter.

    George Washington: Farmer

  • Every progressive Democrat in the Convention was opposed to the nomination of the Princetonian, and every standpatter and Old Guardsman was in favour of Woodrow Wilson.

    Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him

  • Every progressive Democrat in the Convention was opposed to the nomination of the Princetonian, and every standpatter and Old Guardsman was in favour of Woodrow Wilson.

    Woodrow Wilson as I know Him

  • He is not a "reactionary" but a "standpatter" when it comes to defending "the faith which was once delivered unto the saints."

    History of Louisiana Negro Baptists From 1804 to 1914

  • In farming as in politics Washington was no standpatter.

    George Washington Farmer

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