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Origin of fellow traveler
OTHER WORDS FROM fellow travelerfel·low-trav·el·ing [fel-oh-trav-uh-ling, -trav-ling], /ˌfɛl oʊˌtræv ə lɪŋ, -ˈtræv lɪŋ/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for fellow traveler
From 1856—the year they were first noticed—until the present day, Neanderthals have consistently been framed in opposition to us, not as fellow travelers along evolution’s swift and mighty cataract.Much of What We Thought About Neanderthals Was Wrong. Here’s Why That Matters|Rebecca Wragg Sykes|October 27, 2020|Time
On Dec. 22, 1799, Sands told her cousins that she would be leaving to elope with a fellow boarder named Levi Weeks that night.New York’s Most Tragic Ghost Loves Minimalist Swedish Fashion|Nina Strochlic|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
He has even joked about how his fellow Republicans attack him.
At least 29 fellow Republicans must vote against Boehner for a second ballot to be reached, and that seems very unlikely.
Instead, I spend much of my time criticizing my fellow atheists.
An atheist counsels his fellow non-believers on how not to talk to people of faith.
It was one of those long moments that makes a fellow draw his breath sharp when he thinks about it afterward.
He controlled himself betimes, bethinking him that, after all, there might be some reason in what this fat fellow said.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
Man's enthusiasm in praise of a fellow mortal, is soon damped by the original sin of his nature—rebellious pride!The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
It beats punching cows, though—that is, when a fellow discovers that he isn't a successful cowpuncher.
Again the young fellow repeats his fatal "Banco," as he stakes a fresh pile of notes handed to him by the obsequious Jew.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Cultural definitions for fellow traveler
One who supports the aims or philosophies of a political group without joining it. A “fellow traveler” is usually one who sympathizes with communist doctrines but is not a member of the Communist party. The term was used disparagingly in the 1950s to describe people accused of being communists.