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  • Washington was called upon by his compatriots to lead them on to liberty. Cited from Reading Made Easy for Foreigners, Third Reader, by John L. Huelshof
  • Like so many others of his compatriots, he picked up Liberal ideas abroad.
  • London was far away and the season was too young for the annual rush of his compatriots. Cited from Visionaries, by James Huneker
  • Nor was it his compatriots alone who gave ear to him. Cited from Maxim Gorki, by Hans Ostwald
  • He lost his father, who was a sailor like many of his compatriots, when he was only three.
  • Before long, two of his compatriots, evidently out for a holiday, passed him. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. I, May, 1862, Number V, by Various
  • Just then the Englishman caught sight of his compatriots, and came across to them quickly. Cited from The Adventures of Don Lavington, by George Manville Fenn
  • His style was adapted by his compatriots and others to the point of becoming a national characteristic.
  • I only wish that all his compatriots might enjoy one meal of this kind in their lifetime. Cited from Old Calabria, by Norman Douglas
  • He did not live up to his circuit form and was seventh place in the long race, behind four of his compatriots.
  • Like many of his compatriots, Anderson struggled throughout his career to maintain his weight.
  • Washington and his compatriots fought for that good old flag. Cited from American Eloquence, Volume III (of 4), by Various
  • To maintain it, Washington and his compatriots fought for liberty and the rights of man. Cited from American Eloquence, Volume III (of 4), by Various
  • Like his compatriots he did not know the profane branches of learning. Cited from Rashi, by Maurice Liber
  • When he returns, he is dethroned and thrown into the water by his compatriots.
  • Chau was selected to head a company (over a hundred soldiers) and led his compatriots into battle.
  • Among other things he was a decided epicure, and loved a good dinner as well as any of his compatriots. Cited from My Strangest Case, by Guy Boothby
  • He nearly always chose political subjects, striving to keep alive in his compatriots the love of liberty.
  • His performances have brought him universal acclaim and an eminent position among his compatriots.
  • He never went out of his way to offend, as not a few of his compatriots seem to enjoy doing. Cited from Inquiries and Opinions, by Brander Matthews
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