Anyone considered insufficiently anti-Communist was deemed a “comsymp”—short for Communist sympathizer.
"Sarved him right, too, for losing the girl's ring and then lying low and keeping dark about it," interrupted a sympathizer.
Every sympathizer seems to lift a bit of the weight from our own hearts.
Burtnett represented himself as a sympathizer; he joined the filibusters and wormed himself into the confidence of the leaders.
Morier was throughout the war a sympathizer with Germany as against France.
And this is the cousin from across the sea who bids fair to become our more than sympathizer?
The fuse is a "sympathizer" but it is probably somewhere close.
Their true friend, sympathizer and ruler was about to take leave.
An election is an election, they heard one man saya Taylor sympathizer.
Of their justice and patriotism, and whether or not they are the opinions of a sympathizer with rebellion, candid men will judge.