Yet he even said that as he wrote his review, he knew he would have detractors.
As it turns out, both the Clintons and their detractors were right—yes, the president had conducted an affair with Lewinsky.
But unlike many other detractors of the dismal errand into Iraq, Danner leavens his acid judgments with firsthand reporting.
Her detractors can and often do paint her as a traitor—as an enemy of Israel in disguise, and more.
Her supporters and detractors can perhaps agree that Mindy Meyer has much to learn.
Let all that detractors can say be said, and how much remains untouched!
But even she had her detractors and none more bitter than the man who wronged her.
Some of his detractors, however, have asserted that he took poison, and others that he drowned himself in the Eubœan Euripus.
Indeed, it increased rather than lessened the asperity of her detractors.
Again and again religion has been pronounced obsolete, but passing through the midst of its detractors it serenely goes its way.