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What is another word for partisan?

366 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[p_ˈɑː_t_ɪ_s_ə_n], [pˈɑːtɪsən], [pˈɑːtɪsən]
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Synonyms for Partisan:

subjective (adjective) unjust (adjective) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Partisan:

  • bipartisen,
  • parmesean,
  • partesan,
  • particing,
  • parisan,
  • parmassane,
  • partitian,
  • partiton,
  • partisin,
  • perisan,
  • baptising,
  • perousan,
  • partin,
  • partisanly,
  • patisan,
  • particion,
  • particilar,
  • paritsan,
  • portelan,
  • patosin,
  • arteson,
  • artesan,
  • artizan,
  • partisen,
  • pattison,
  • bipartison,
  • patteson,
  • artisin,
  • partciular,
  • artizona,
  • parmasan,
  • partisian,
  • partician,
  • parcticing,
  • partsand,
  • parmessan,
  • portman,
  • patilon,
  • parisen,
  • patison,
  • pitosin,
  • patietn,
  • partan,
  • parkison,
  • perousaan,
  • purdchasing,
  • partonising,
  • paertisan,
  • partmern,
  • parmasen,
  • particip,
  • partisal,
  • pertson,
  • paresean,
  • jeapordising,
  • artison,
  • artiscian,
  • apetising,
  • partsof,
  • parmisean,
  • pedestian,
  • parmisan,
  • particiner,
  • partyin,
  • partasian,
  • partisain,
  • partsin,
  • partispating,
  • parmeasan,
  • partiess,
  • jeperdising,
  • parmason,
  • partise,
  • artisen,
  • parisean,
  • bipartsan,
  • partican,
  • parmasean,
  • jepordising,
  • parisien,
  • paticilar,
  • partasan,
  • paresan,
  • pacticing,
  • partison,
  • bipartisin,
  • partsian,
  • partcilar,
  • partasin,
  • partian,
  • partisn,
  • partisipaon,
  • artisain,
  • partciluar,
  • parmison,
  • paticene,
  • parmaesan,
  • natison,
  • pitsanulok,
  • partici,
  • potassiun,
  • partision,
  • participan,
  • percison,
  • bypartisan,
  • pardisie,
  • patz50n,
  • parctising,
  • predison.

Rhymes for Partisan:

  1. artisan;
  2. nonpartisan, bipartisan;

Quotes for Partisan:

  1. I have also come to understand Congress' need for a bipartisan as well as a partisan capacity. David E. Price.
  2. We have a rare and perhaps small window of opportunity to set partisan differences aside, and attempt to achieve what many in recent years have felt was unreachable- greater retirement security for ourselves and our children. Gordon Smith.
  3. Someone wrote a piece about Henry Green in The Partisan Review that was so intriguing that I got one of his novels, Loving, I believe, which was the first that came to attention in the United States. Terry Southern.
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