fellow traveler

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fellow traveler

One who sympathizes with or supports the tenets and program of an organized group, such as the Communist Party, without being a member.

[Translation of Russian poputchik : po, on, along + put', path + -chik, n. suff.]

fel′low trav′eler

a person who supports or sympathizes with a group or party, esp. a Communist Party, but is not a member.
[1935–40; translation of Russian popútchik]
fel′low-trav′eling, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fellow traveler - a communist sympathizer (but not a member of the Communist Party)
well-wisher, sympathiser, sympathizer - someone who shares your feelings or opinions and hopes that you will be successful
2.fellow traveler - a traveler who accompanies you
traveler, traveller - a person who changes location
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Thus reasoned I within myself, and doubtless such were the reflections of my fellow travellers.
Milton Sublette, his former fellow traveller, and his companion in the battle scenes of Pierre's Hole, took passage in his boat.
The Minister of State for Railways, Manoj Sinha said that the Indian Railways is on a transformative journey and it looks forward to using social media as a platform to tell its stories and constantly hear from fellow travellers.
PASSENGERS on a plane from Israel to Britain had a shock when they realised one of their fellow travellers had an unusual item with them - a snake.
Some who never took trips also blamed disagreements with fellow travellers on where to stay.
Some who never took trips also blamed disagreements widi fellow travellers on where to stay.
They and all their self-seeking fellow travellers should be ashamed of themselves.
It is tempting, I know, to say charity begins at home, but what I would say in response is that we are all fellow travellers in this journey through life.
Summary: A traveller will appear in the High Court to try and stop a council from evicting her and fellow travellers from their site.
Fellow travellers tried in vain to resuscitate Ben, of Bournemouth.
Naturally I had already spent my English money abroad and had a few pennies in my pocket, as was the case for many others, who were asking fellow travellers for money.
This was the same Tory administration that proceeded to sell offthe nations wealth - all the utilities, the railways and North Sea oil in the name of "free enterprise" which means a free opportunity for Tory fellow travellers to rape the nation in the guise of "creating wealth".

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