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partizan1

[pahr-tuh-zuh n; British pahr-tuh-zan]
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noun, adjective
  1. partisan1.

partizan2

[pahr-tuh-zuh n]
noun
  1. partisan2.
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Historical Examples

  • Salicetti was too prominent a partizan to be overlooked by the angry burghers.

    The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte

    William Milligan Sloane

  • But the Daityas were angry with him, affirming that he had become a partizan of the gods.

    The Kath Sarit Sgara

    Somadeva Bhatta

  • Wa-ha-che-ra, Big Knife, a partizan or leader of war parties.

  • It is not safe to be a partizan, but it is safe to be free, courageous, and honest in all things.

  • This is but the first part of the journals of this noted American partizan.

    A Battle Fought on Snow Shoes

    Mary Cochrane Rogers