Keep pumping in money while appointing some fellow-traveler bloggers to run GM?
It was but too evident that we had the unhappiness to have forfeited the kind regards of our London fellow-traveler.
It was not this type of fellow-traveler whom he hoped to keep out.
His fellow-traveler lit another cheroot, took up Bradshaw and settled himself in a corner.
This accounted for the peculiar sentiments of my fellow-traveler!
L'Isle was surprised to find himself regretting the loss of their fellow-traveler.
She was my fellow-traveler in the Tiverton diligence from Exeter.
Last of all came Johannes' fellow-traveler, with his stick in his hand, and his knapsack at his back.
Here I overtook a fellow-traveler, and bargained with him for his horse.
The fellow-traveler followed her, for nobody could see him, as he was invisible.
One who supports the aims or philosophies of a political group without joining it. A “fellow traveler” is usually one who sympathizes with communist doctrines but is not a member of the Communist party. The term was used disparagingly in the 1950s to describe people accused of being communists.
A person who sympathizes with a cause or doctrine, without openly identifying himself with it: These people are not hipsters, they are fellow travelers
[1930s+; said to have been coined by Leon Trotsky in Russian as sputnik and translated into English as ''fellow traveler'']