a person who sympathizes.
Ophthalmology. an eye that exhibits ophthalmia because of disease or injury of the other.

Origin of sympathizer

First recorded in 1805–15; sympathize + -er1
Related formsnon·sym·pa·thiz·er, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for sympathizer

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Historical Examples of sympathizer

  • But is Mrs. Boompointer really disaffected, and a Southern sympathizer?


    Bret Harte

  • "And think of how hard Dave and you worked," put in a sympathizer.

    Dave Porter and His Rivals

    Edward Stratemeyer

  • 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.

  • 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