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Use "sympathisers" in a sentence
"The attack on the Tehran rally, which drew 200,000 participants, left twenty-three Mojahedin sympathisers seriously injured."
"I have long argued that the former communist sympathisers from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s mutated into eco-warriors in the 1990s."
"We have received the most positive information that certain American sympathisers with the revolutionary movement in Cuba have loaded a steamer with munitions of war for the use of the insurgents; and these munitions are to be landed to-day at a spot known as Mulata Bay, a few miles to the westward of this port."