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Definitions of partisan:

part of speech: noun

A kind of halberd.

part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to, or in favor of, a person, cause, or faction.

part of speech: noun

Partisanship.

part of speech: adjective

Adhering to a party.

part of speech: noun

A kind of halberd; a truncheon; light troops engaged in desultory warfare, or the officer who leads them.

part of speech: adjective

Pert. to a party or faction; biassed in favour of a party or interest.

part of speech: noun

A devoted follower, especially of a political cause or faction.

part of speech: noun

An adherent of a party or faction.

part of speech: noun

An adherent to a party or faction; one devotedly and violently attached to a party or interest.

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In the R. Cath. Ch., a small crucifix, or a crucifix engraved on a plate, which used to be kissed by the priest and deacon, and passed on to the people in succession before leaving church; kiss of peace. ...

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