attorney

[ uh-tur-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF attorney

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But Gilder was unaffected by the attorney's lack of satisfaction over the result.

Away he posted directly to an attorney's who was empowered to dispose of the land.

This is the short of my will—the attorney (when found) will make it long enough.

When the attorney reached the spot where the crowd was thickest, way was made for him.

Mr. Macdermot; so you've had a breeze with the attorney, have you?

Up to this time I had been an attorney in a midland town in England.

That is to say, she had not been troubled by E. Holliday Kendrick or his attorney.

The attorney removed his eyeglasses and rubbed them with his handkerchief.

If it should be Mr. Graves, the attorney, you may show him into the library here.

And I sent 'em a power of attorney turnin' over some stocks—you know what they was—to you, too.

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