Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An advocate; a supporter.
- n. One who advocates.
- n. a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea
“Lucky and I dropped by the New York League of Humane Voters City Council event and listened to politicians jockeying for top-dog positions such as mayor, public advocator, city controller, public advocate and city council.”
“Lucky and I dropped by the New York League of Humane Voters City Council event and listened to politicians jockeying for top-dog positions such as mayor, public advocator, city controller, public ...”
“Freidman was a cheerleader and advocator of this war of aggression up until recently; I have no respect for him.”
“There, Judith recounted her conversion from skeptic to advocator as regards AGW: “As a result of SHEBA, and my increasing awareness of the impacts of the warming in the Arctic see ACIA 2004, I became convinced that greenhouse warming was having a substantial impact in the Arctic.””
“Whilst I am NOT an advocator of Christmas, I do love bestowing presents on people and always made the effort for all to enjoy themselves.”
“Storrs was a genius of rare talent as an advocator.”
“The board is composed of 19 members including luminaries in the world of seniors' activism, such as Ethel Meade and Bea Levis, who support the society's role as advocator and educator.”
“This week, the United States, the foremost advocator to the Globe on human rights and rule of law while accusing other nations of committing genocide, war crimes and other atrocities, was exposed how U.S.”
“An Arabic term for mosque has been used to name Masjid Lane in Tower Hamlets, east London, while there is an Allama Iqbal Road in Bolton, Greater Manchester, named after Sir Muhammad Iqbal, an early 20th Century poet who was a strong advocator of the spiritual revival of Islamic civilisation.”
“I am a strong advocator of Open-Source Software and I head the”
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