For this rule of conduct I may be called in reproach a party man; but I am little affected with such aspersions.
Sheffield said: "Reding and I were disputing just now whether Nicias was a party man."
Perhaps I had slipped unawares for a time into the delusions of a party man—but I do not think so.
"You know, of course, that I am not much of a party man," said Trirodov.
From what we hear they have not fastened upon a party man, but they have approached young Paul Stepaside.
Yes, if I can't be left in peace, I shall become a party man.
The party man read his own newspaper and no other; in that, he found an expression of his own views.
He was a party man; he had always worked inside the organization.
And then to think of Harald Rejn beginning that nonsense about my being a coward, because I refused to become a party man!
Who now feels like he was a party man, or a southern man, or a northern man?