defender[ dih-fend ]SEE DEFINITION OF defender
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFENDER
Can you, who are a defender of the faith, and so forth, assist me?
Even Serena, defender of the dances of the ancient Greeks, looked shocked.
His sympathy had been always with the oppressed, and he had now become their defender.
He is the defender of her rights in his home, and the avenger of her wrongs everywhere.
At any moment the men might return and force her into the rôle of defender.
With such a champion for our defender what cause could there be for fear?
In Gulfport, Mississippi, a man was regarded "intelligent" if he read the Defender.
It was on his protection, then, that she leant; she looked on him as her defender.
It will be perceived that Evans had in Sheener not only a disciple; he had an advocate and a defender.
The innovators had every defender of the mos maiorum for an adversary.