- a person who sympathizes.
- Ophthalmology. an eye that exhibits ophthalmia because of disease or injury of the other.
Origin of sympathizer
Related Words for sympathizercollaborator, backer, supporter, ally, friend, defender, partisan, benefactor, patron, consoler
Examples from the Web for sympathizer
Contemporary Examples of sympathizer
Anyone considered insufficiently anti-Communist was deemed a “comsymp”—short for Communist sympathizer.A Brief History of Wingnuts in America; From George Washington to Woodstock
August 17, 2014
The president considered “Lucky Lindy,” as he was derisively called, a Nazi sympathizer and a subversive.The Fight Over America’s Entrance to WWII
April 7, 2013
Historical Examples of sympathizer
But is Mrs. Boompointer really disaffected, and a Southern sympathizer?Clarence
"And think of how hard Dave and you worked," put in a sympathizer.Dave Porter and His Rivals
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.A Voyage with Captain Dynamite
Charles Edward Rich
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.