from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Who sympathizes (with something).
- n. A person who sympathizes (with something).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who sympathizes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who sympathizes with or feels for another; one who feels sympathy. Also spelled sympathiser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who shares your feelings or opinions and hopes that you will be successful
- n. commiserates with someone who has had misfortune
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The line between “pro-American” and terrorist sympathizer is easy to determine.
He was known as a sympathizer, so it was in his best interest to stay out of the mob until after the execution.
I see the resident Stalin sympathizer, Kindness has arrived.
Your little friendship with a terrorist sympathizer is pathetic.
On the other hand, that she's a "sympathizer" -- well, that's pretty much a no-brainer, don't you think?
Sen. Alan Simpson charged that Arnett was "what we used to call a sympathizer" and that his Vietnamese ex-wife had a brother who was "active in the Viet Cong."
That one of the last remaining fighters / survivors, Marek Edelman, has been called a sympathizer of the Palestinians is no coincidence.
But the appeal was signed by none other than Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson, whose recent claim that CNN Baghdad correspondent Peter Arnett was an Iraqi "sympathizer" made Simpson a hero among press-bashers.
Calling me a "sympathizer" because I note the muderous similarities between various true believers doesn't make the "War on Terror" any less of a colossal failure.
- Bey IV bragged that Oakland homicide Detective Sgt. Derwin Longmire, the lead detective in the Bailey case, was a "sympathizer" of the bakery who was not pursuing charges against him and was receiving sexual favors set up by Bey IV, according to the confidential informant.