advocating

[ verb ad-vuh-keyt; noun ad-vuh-kit, -keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF advocating
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This last speech was most unhappy and impolitic for the side he was advocating.

I am quite aware of the dangers of this new departure which I am advocating.

From Jefferson's time Southern statesmen had been advocating the purchase of Cuba.

“I bet they been advocating the taking of us in,” chuckled Jimmy.

Of his earnestness in advocating it there was not the slightest question.

Remember how earnest she was in advocating the Anti-duelling Act.

Was it, this time, advocating causes, or entering into inquiries?

We are not now advocating an unrestrained privilege of debate.

Do you mean to tell me that you're advocating marriage by capture?

The point, however, that we are advocating is not a party question.