Not unless you consider, say, Warren Buffett “partisan” or “ideological.”
Obama was going to respond to Romney's attacks today in Florida, but now he's not giving a partisan speech.
Those hoping for another long, partisan slugfest may find the debate about regulating Wall Street a disappointment.
But Wingnuts have a hard time viewing the national interest outside a partisan prism.
Yet despite the gruff manner and partisan bluster, Frank is a deft and serious legislator.
The White Shield, their partisan, rode in gorgeous attire at their head, mounted on a black-and-white horse.
Your young blood feels only the partisan promptings of dislike.
But scarcely had the sound ceased, than the cry to help him, which had already struck the ear of the partisan, resounded again.
She was the partisan on Tom's side, the adherent on her father's.
We agree to put aside all partisan and sectarian relations when dealing with community matters.
also partizan, 1550s, "one who takes part with another, zealous supporter," from Middle French partisan (15c.), from dialectal upper Italian partezan (Tuscan partigiano) "member of a faction, partner," from parte "part, party," from Latin partem (nominative pars), see part (n.). Sense of "guerilla fighter" is first recorded 1690s.
1708 for warfare, 1842 for politics, from partisan (n.).