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Example sentences for patriot

But of course you are a blind patriot who is a cheerleader for your country's criminal and genocidal policies.
The patriot is not one who thinks a country must be perfect in order to deserve his allegiance.
It is a hard time to be an economic patriot.
As a statesman, warrior and patriot, we shall not look on his like again.
Finally, I was presented as a young patriot for my father's approval.
For the first time I've become a patriot.
Manning is a true patriot putting principle and conscious above all else.
He was a patriot and a poet, a dandy and a war hero.
As Gilliam's superb movie explained, the line between patriot and pariah is a fearsomely thin one.
He insisted, though, that he was a patriot.
Nor is it real patriotism: a real patriot is an honest critic.
For a brief moment, Canada embraced its inner patriot, and it felt pretty good.
By the seventeen-sixties, sympathy for debtors had attached itself to the patriot cause.
If you are risking your life and if you are a patriot, you stop thinking about the ugly things, and the desire.
In them the traditional patriot is the more clearly typified because he is slightly caricatured.
It is but refusing to gratify an unreasonable or an insolent demand, and up starts a patriot.
In patriot and its derivatives, for example, the a is sometimes that of hat and sometimes that of late.
But as they say, a true patriot is someone who gets a parking ticket and rejoices that the system works.
The series portrays her more sympathetically, as out of touch but nonetheless a patriot.

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