Advocates [noun]

Definition of Advocates:

person supporting an idea or cause publicly

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Sentence/Example of Advocates:

Whether advocates and orators had liberty to plead in causes, manifestly known to be unjust, vexatious, or oppressive?

It appears to be the opinion of the advocates of apparitions that naughty ghosts have cold hands.

The advocates selected were men of family, and thoroughly acquainted with their views, but not agreeable to Sidney.

It is the favourite retreat of such advocates as have made fortunes in their profession.

And before we proceed further let us get rid of the intellectual fog which envelops and shelters the advocates of Socialism.

The cardinal error made by the advocates of the uric acid poisoning is that they name the poison.

Advocates, notaries, doctors, even professors appear in great numbers.

Minghetti, Ricasoli, Farini each and all have been the advocates of a confederation of princes rather than of a united Italy.

Beaten by the king and his friends at the game of corruption, the whigs had become the advocates of purity of election.

It took for granted the complete power of internal improvement, as far as any of its advocates had ever contended for it.