solicitor

[ suh-lis-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF solicitor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOLICITOR

The solicitor was by no means pleased with this way of settling the matter.

Now, if you like, I will see to getting the offices and to engaging a solicitor.

"A solicitor named Bentham," the Colonel repeated mechanically.

The solicitor, who had bidden them enter, did not at first offer them any salutation.

He is just finishing his law studies, and he will inherit his father's practice as a solicitor.

Better employ a solicitor, sir, in case anything should arise.

He was a solicitor, and my husband was obviously in some fear of him.

An accident transferred him to the office of a solicitor, and he was articled.

My own impression is that no London solicitor would have undertaken the job at all.

Yes, for that wasn't the Solicitor's Lucy—if, indeed, the solicitor had a Lucy.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SOLICITOR

lawyer

nounperson who is trained to counsel or argue in cases of law
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