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  • There are many different supporters groups which can be found in the stadium at every home match.
  • Supporters of the government won the June elections by a large majority.
  • The leading figures had all been supporters of the reform, but they were no longer united.
  • The club says to have over a million supporters Australia wide.
  • In recent years, a controversy has developed between supporters of short and long format three-day events.
  • The brothers also had supporters ready to rise up in England.
  • There are also numerous official supporters clubs in the United Kingdom and all over the world.
  • Members of the order were mostly his political allies and supporters.
  • On one side, the King and his supporters fought for traditional government in Church and state.
  • This was considered a major event and victory for the movement by its supporters and participants.
  • If scientists increased public excitement about science, there was a good chance of having more public supporters.
  • His theatre made an ideal meeting place for his supporters.
  • A number of regional trade union leaders and mid-level functionaries were active supporters.
  • Many of their candidates and supporters were still imprisoned before, during and after the election.
  • American drug companies -- often supporters of political campaigns -- have come out against the practice.
  • He wrote a final letter of advice to his supporters and left Scotland with his wife and mother-in-law.
  • ZANU also attracted business supporters who saw the course that future events were likely to take.
  • Minor parties can indicate to their supporters before the vote how they would wish to see their votes transferred.
  • Supporters believe that all of Central America would benefit from the construction of the canal.
  • Charles escaped to France, but many of his supporters were caught and executed.
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Root form of supporters is supporter for the noun.

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Meaning of supporters

  • noun A person who backs a politician or a team etc.
    all their supporters came out for the game, they are friends of the library