Synonym: Democrat, populist. Similar words: democratic, demonstrate, demonstration, meritocracy, demoralize, demographic, scratch, crash. Meaning: ['deməkræt] n. 1. a member of the Democratic Party 2. an advocate of democratic principles.
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(1) He sought to purge the Democrat party of conservatives.
(2) Congressman Tom Downey is a Democrat from New York.
(3) The Democrat candidate is the favorite to win election.
(4) I've voted Democrat all my life.
(5) The state has swung from Republican to Democrat.
(6) He was putting himself forward as a Democrat.
(7) We voted Democrat in the last election.
(8) The governorship went to a Democrat, Mrs Anne Richards.
(9) The Democrat convention has set the scene for a ferocious election campaign this autumn.
(10) He is a democrat with the skill, nerve(sentence dictionary), and ingenuity to push the limits of the possible.
(11) A liberal Democrat from San Francisco, Sen.
(12) But the ranking Democrat on the committee, Sen.
(13) In 1994, the now-retired liberal Democrat, Rep.
(14) Only one Democrat on the committee, freshman Rep.
(15) Republicans deplore his Old Democrat instincts.
(16) Henry Waxman, D-Calif., the ranking Democrat on the subcommittee.
(17) New Democrat Gore dismissed the idea.
(18) James McDermott, D-Wash., the ranking Democrat on the panel.
(19) John Tanner, another conservative Democrat.
(20) They went out and voted Liberal Democrat.
(21) A fellow New Democrat, Gore shared the Clinton vision.
(22) Liberal Democrat candidate Peter Bergg has agreed to appear.
(23) Edwards is seen as a populist Democrat.
(24) He was defeated by incumbent Democrat J. Bennett Johnston who polled 54 percent.
(25) The Liberal Democrat manifesto is a clear commitment to change Britain.
(26) For a Liberal Democrat to argue that giving institutions the power to run their own affairs is a centralising measure is extraordinary.
(27) He is just what he claims he is, a natural democrat.
(28) He was in Georgia stumping for Senator Wyche Fowler, a Democrat.
(29) After several years of Republican government, the pendulum will undoubtedly swing back and voters will elect a Democrat.
(30) The election may not be the traditional two-horse race between the preferred Democrat and Republican party candidates.
More similar words: democratic, demonstrate, demonstration, meritocracy, demoralize, demographic, scratch, crash, crack, craft, crawl, demand, demand of, condemn, aircraft, scramble, epidemic, academic, lemon, remote, remove, removal, once more, ceremony, all the more, a blue moon, at the moment, from memory, in memory of, for the moment.