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brass-collar

[ bras-kol-er, brahs- ]
/ ˈbræsˈkɒl ər, ˈbrɑs- /
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adjective Informal.

unwaveringly faithful to a political party; voting the straight ticket: a brass-collar Democrat.

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Origin of brass-collar

An Americanism dating back to 1950–55
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