proponent

[ pruh-poh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF proponent

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A proponent of a new misrule who has failed to establish it.

That is when he wrote it, and he let the proponent in this case have it.

Vincent St. John was also interested as a proponent of this plan.

In all debates the proponent has the right of opening and closing.

The testimony offered by the proponent is that it was written by Job Davis.

He also is a proponent of the idea that hypnosis is an abnormal manifestation of a normal process, an opinion he shares with many.

If this bald statement required elucidation or expansion, its proponent didn't seem to realize the fact.

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