advocate[ verb ad-vuh-keyt; noun ad-vuh-kit, -keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF advocate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVOCATE
It was then that he again came to the front to advocate a just cause.
I want you, moreover, to advocate our American doctrine of Protection.
I should like to consult my own advocate to see what I can do.
Have the great men of England chosen you for their advocate?
So the advocate cross-examined, though it cannot be said that he had the better of Betty.
Love became his advocate, and whispered many things in his favour.
Judge Andrews gave immediate promise of celebrity as an advocate.
In fact, he has always been a zealous friend and advocate of popular education.
It can therefore not be surprising that Mr. Adams is an advocate of the legalized pool.
The profession of advocate had terrified him, and he shuddered at the idea of tilling the soil.