Words nearby partisan
Origin of partisan1
OTHER WORDS FROM partisanpar·ti·san·ship, par·ti·san·ry, noun
synonym study for partisan
Definition for partisan (2 of 2)
Origin of partisan2
Examples from the Web for partisan
It was a rare moment of bipartisan unity in partisan Washington.
This is a job for independent committees, like Bowles-Simpson, not a partisan slugfest.
The first meeting featured multiple speakers deeply rooted in a partisan agenda.
And lest you be deceived, primary elections are no partisan monopoly.
Despite any partisan enmities, the two top politicos maintained a cordial relationship.
Anybody who intimated doubt of his guilt did so, in Jefferson's opinion, for partisan or equally unworthy reasons.The Life of John Marshall Volume 3 of 4|Albert J. Beveridge
The victory at King's Mountain had set the partisan spirit throughout the country in a blaze.
If my son were to become a partisan of this impostor, I could not endure his Majesty's displeasure.The Mystery of the Lost Dauphin|Emilia Pardo Bazn
The sincerity of his political convictions were conceded, and all who knew him never thought of him as a partisan.Makers and Romance of Alabama History|B. F. Riley
The collection is also remarkable for the absence of all sectional or partisan feeling.Whitman|John Burroughs
British Dictionary definitions for partisan (1 of 2)
- a member of an armed resistance group within occupied territory, esp in Italy or the Balkans in World War II
- (as modifier)partisan forces