He's a schoolmaster and a barrister and a poet and heaven knows what not.
The last sentence in the barrister's letter begins with "I despair."
Daily habit familiarises us with the acting of the barrister.
And whilst I toyed with her charming daughter, she sent for a barrister.
He also calls himself a barrister, though he is such only in his own imagination.
The idea was that I should study Law and come back a barrister.
My son Henri is a barrister; he comes to see me twice a year.
He is a barrister—and I thought he only wrote in the Quarterlies.
There is a London barrister whose father belonged to the club.
Was her feeling merely that of a barrister who would argue as well on one side as the other?