advocated

[ verb ad-vuh-keyt; noun ad-vuh-kit, -keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF advocated
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Advocated with more heat than light by the outmates of every asylum for the insane.

I have the greatest admiration for the moral and social idealism which is advocated.

It was advocated by them, Smith of Royalton and others, but was lost by 99 yeas, 113 nays.

He advocated turning the other cheek but did not criticize war.

It was shared and advocated by many of the best and ablest men.

He advocated the burning of buildings where the disease occurred.

Bonus Bill, advocated by Calhoun, 257;vetoed by Madison, 257.

There was in the Volksraad a liberal minority, which advocated reforms.

Yet let no one think that irreligion is advocated in this book.

The corpuscular theory, which the famous Newton advocated, is long since abandoned.

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