- a person who sympathizes.
- Ophthalmology. an eye that exhibits ophthalmia because of disease or injury of the other.
Origin of sympathizer
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Examples from the Web for sympathizer
Anyone considered insufficiently anti-Communist was deemed a “comsymp”—short for Communist sympathizer.A Brief History of Wingnuts in America; From George Washington to Woodstock
August 17, 2014
The president considered “Lucky Lindy,” as he was derisively called, a Nazi sympathizer and a subversive.The Fight Over America’s Entrance to WWII
April 7, 2013
But is Mrs. Boompointer really disaffected, and a Southern sympathizer?Clarence
"And think of how hard Dave and you worked," put in a sympathizer.Dave Porter and His Rivals
You are a well-known Northern sympathizer and I am compelled to do it.Before the Dawn
Joseph Alexander Altsheler
"I thought you were a Spanish sympathizer, Mr. Wyman," he said.A Voyage with Captain Dynamite
Charles Edward Rich
It created a sort of sympathy which was bad for the digestion of the sympathizer.The Eddy
Clarence L. Cullen
Word Origin and History for sympathizer
1815, agent noun from sympathize.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper