Thesaurus / barrister
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But you are a pretty Lord Chancellor to tell the barrister on one side how best to win the cause!

He called himself a barrister, but he never practised; a journalist at times, but he seldom put his name to anything he wrote.

The AvengerE. Phillips Oppenheim

Perhaps,” exclaimed the barrister, “your few words will come more easily if you wet your whistle.

Cotherstone walked steadily away through the Market Place when he left the barrister.

The Borough TreasurerJoseph Smith Fletcher

The Butcher only killed Beavers, the Barrister was hunting among his fellow sailors for a good legal case.

He is a barrister, a young man, and appears very fond of the study of political economy.

By profession, he was a barrister, with a small and struggling practice.

Robert ElsmereMrs. Humphry Ward

And now,” said the barrister, “may I ask as a friend to what use you intend to put your newly found wealth?

And, unfortunately,” put in the barrister, “we are pledged to visit Mrs. Eastham within an hour.

Youd better go to Barrister and have him buy the stock for you.

The Making of Bobby BurnitGeorge Randolph Chester

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