Anyone considered insufficiently anti-Communist was deemed a “comsymp”—short for Communist sympathizer.
The president considered “Lucky Lindy,” as he was derisively called, a Nazi sympathizer and a subversive.
"Sarved him right, too, for losing the girl's ring and then lying low and keeping dark about it," interrupted a sympathizer.
Every sympathizer seems to lift a bit of the weight from our own hearts.
Burtnett represented himself as a sympathizer; he joined the filibusters and wormed himself into the confidence of the leaders.
Morier was throughout the war a sympathizer with Germany as against France.
And this is the cousin from across the sea who bids fair to become our more than sympathizer?
The fuse is a "sympathizer" but it is probably somewhere close.
Their true friend, sympathizer and ruler was about to take leave.
An election is an election, they heard one man saya Taylor sympathizer.