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be no friend of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe no friend of somethingbe no friend of somethingAGAINST/OPPOSEto not like or be a supporter of something I’m no friend of socialism, as you know. friend
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be no friend of somethingBut a tame aesthetic is no friend of historical materialism.As far as she could remember, she had never seen the man before, he was no friend of Faith's.He was no friend of hers.The Goddess of Love was surprised at the visit, for Hera was no friend of hers.I've never been a friend of Republicans.Somebody lined him up, and that somebody is no friend of mine, Mr Millet.Likud has made it plain it would be no friend of the process, and that would compound bloodshed with tragedy.
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