We have no meanings for "zealous supporter" in our records yet.
He was a very zealous supporter of the Southern doctrine before the War.
He is also a zealous supporter of the temperance cause.
He had been a zealous supporter of Mr. Clay.
Syphax married her, and from that time became the zealous supporter and ally of the Carthaginians.
He was a faithful and zealous supporter of the royal cause, and devoted to the Irish nation.
He became prominent in political affairs, while still a young man, as a zealous supporter of President Jackson in whose interest he edited a paper.
In fact, several circumstances combined to make the Austrian princes zealous supporters of popery.
The theory seemed to receive considerable support from the observations of one of its most zealous supporters, Bonnet.
Moreover it was in monasteries that the popes had ever found their strongest adherents, their most zealous supporters.
Equally strange was it that the Colonization Society, if really friendly to the negro, should find its most zealous supporters among slaveholders.
Indeed, had Mr Brooke in the smallest degree realised how these zealous supporters were injuring his cause, his smiling optimism would have been sadly shaken.
Mr. Franklin, Mr. John Adams, and Mr. Edward Rutledge, all zealous supporters of independence, were appointed "to receive the communications of Lord Howe."
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