advocates[ verb ad-vuh-keyt; noun ad-vuh-kit, -keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF advocates
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVOCATES
He is a lover of truth, and advocates the only way to arrive at it, which is by unfettered thought.
Fortunately, the advocates of practice can offer an alternative; namely Design.
Its advocates are no longer the ridiculed few, but the respected many.
I trust that as a gentleman I respect the feelings of the ladies and their advocates.
Much depends on the character and quality of the men and women who are its advocates.
Five to five were his office hours, you advocates of eight hour bills!
This appears to be characteristic of the advocates of that side.
But even should it be defeated, its advocates should never be discouraged.
Sometimes the advocates of war are thinking of war as the great adventure.
The Italians are very poorly served by some of their advocates.