Synonyms of partisan
1 prejudicedDictionary • He is too partisan to be a referee.
prejudiced • Some landlords and landladies are racially prejudiced.
one-sided • She gave a very one-sided account of the affair.
biased • The judge was biased.
partial • Some of the umpiring in the tournament was partial.
sectarian • sectarian religious groups
factional • factional disputes between the various groups
1 supporterDictionary • At first the young poet was a partisan of the Revolution.
supporter • a major supporter of the 1986 tax reform plan
champion • He received acclaim as a champion of the oppressed.
follower • violent clashes between followers of the two organizations
disciple • a major intellectual figure with disciples throughout Europe
stalwart • a stalwart of the revered Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra
devotee • devotees of the Hare Krishna movement
adherent • Communism was gaining adherents in Latin America.
, knocker (informal)
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adherentAn adherent is someone who holds a particular belief or supports a particular person or group.
• Communism was gaining adherents in Latin America.
biasedIf someone is biased, they prefer one group of people to another, and behave unfairly as a result. You can also say that a process or system is biased.
• The judge was biased.
championIf you are a champion of a person, a cause, or a principle, you support or defend them.
• He received acclaim as a champion of the oppressed.
Thesaurus for partisan from the Collins English Thesaurus
an adherent or devotee of a cause, party, etc
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