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used in The Lords of Discipline

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someone or an adjective describing someone who strongly supports a person, group, or idea
  • Charleston has a landscape that encourages intimacy and partisanship.
    Chapter 1.2 (2% in)
  • The pull of Charleston was lunar and feminine and partisan and even affected those natives, like Commerce, who professed to loathe her extensive artifice and the carnivorous etiquette of its social structure.
    Chapter 1.2 (94% in)
  • In 1966 most of the graffiti were partisan editorials about the war in Vietnam.
    Chapter 1.10 (23% in)
  • When he lectured on the history of England, he was the most brilliant and passionate scholar I had ever heard, outrageously partisan, an immodest dispenser of inflamed rhetoric.
    Chapter 3.27 (14% in)
  • Then we heard the partisan outcry as the VMI players appeared on the opposite side of the field house.
    Chapter 3.30 (35% in)

There are no more uses of "partisan" in The Lords of Discipline.

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