tritagonist

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tritagonist

(trɪˈtæɡənɪst)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the character who follows the protagonist and deuteragonist in order of importance
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Trying to occupy impartial ground were the tritagonists comprised of the judiciary, the police, journalists and researchers, the last being a small minority numbering perhaps two or three and exerting a miniscule influence over the performances.
The tritagonists did not partake in the singing of songs.