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See definition of vindicator on Dictionary.com
  • as inproponent
  • as inavenger
  • as inchampion

synonyms for vindicator

  • advocate
  • backer
  • defender
  • enthusiast
  • exponent
  • partisan
  • patron
  • protector
  • supporter
  • champion
  • expounder
  • friend
  • second
  • seconder
  • spokesperson
  • subscriber
  • upholder
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antonyms for vindicator

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  • antagonist
  • detractor
  • enemy
  • opponent
  • opposition
  • foe
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    How to use vindicator in a sentence

    It confers on the plaintiff the status of a vindicator of rights, and it puts on notice those who are, or might contemplate, acting on incorrect interpretations of the law.
    CAMPUS SPEECH RULES ARE HURTING STUDENTS. THEY DESERVE RECOMPENSE — EVEN IF IT’S JUST $1.GEORGE WILLMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    A fifth was added to the bloody catalogue, which roused the indignation of the virtuous Vindicator; and why?
    BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 350, DECEMBER 1844VARIOUS
    Thus again the abolitionist reappeared in the vindicator of our independence.
    THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 20, NO. 119, SEPTEMBER, 1867VARIOUS
    Another vindicator of the South has appeared in an individual who is among those that have done honor to American literature.
    COTTON IS KING AND THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENTSVARIOUS
    If there is not such a One, the Helper and Vindicator of meek fidelity, virtue has no sanction and well-doing no recompense.
    JUDGES AND RUTHROBERT A. WATSON
    It is ingeniously asserted by the vindicator that a servant of James brought the report that he had ridden away.
    JAMES VI AND THE GOWRIE MYSTERYANDREW LANG
    If so, all women should honour Vashti as the vindicator of their dues.
    EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: EZRA, NEHEMIAH, AND ESTHERWALTER ADENEY
    A discoverer and colonist; a vindicator of some part at least of America from Spanish claims?
    SIR WALTER RALEIGH AND HIS TIMECHARLES KINGSLEY
    Alec Barnes's sister had a poem two columns long in the Vindicator last week, and Alec told me she didn't get a cent for it.
    PHAETON ROGERSROSSITER JOHNSON
    Cleg was the vindicator of justice, and he mentally arranged to a nicety where and how he would punch the Drabble.
    CLEG KELLY, ARAB OF THE CITYS. R. (SAMUEL RUTHERFORD) CROCKETT
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    WORDS RELATED TO VINDICATOR

    • nemesis
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