Advocators [noun]

Definition of Advocators:

spreader of misinformation

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Sentence/Example of Advocators:

The two-hour Supreme Court hearing gave hope to heath-care advocates and liberals.

“I am an advocate for my patients,” he said during his testimony.

The one-month boycott, called the Stop Hate for Profit campaign, was organized by civil rights and Internet safety advocates.

Vanessa Graziano, a homeless advocate in Oceanside, said she hopes Sanchez follows through with her plan to build a day center and that she works with Council members to open a shelter and advance other solutions.

Insiders had for years considered the measure politically infeasible and while the measure fell short, advocates consider the ask itself and the fact that more than a majority of San Diego voters were willing to support it significant.

Some advocates are managing their expectations, especially on criminal justice reform, because the sheriff remains an elected position.

Cryptocurrency advocates have been lobbying Congress to create a so-called de minimus exemption that would excuse small-dollar transactions from IRS scrutiny—an effort that has yet to bear fruit.

Many of those included were immigration advocates and journalists who were targeted around the time the 2018 caravans of Central American asylum-seekers arrived in Tijuana.

As a small company within the massive conglomerate that is WarnerMedia, many Great Big Story employees believed they needed an advocate within the larger organization.

Young voter advocates were concerned about the pandemic causing a sharp drop in voter registrations among 18- and 19-year-olds who just became eligible to vote.