Thesaurus / vindicator

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It is ingeniously asserted by the vindicator that a servant of James brought the report that he had ridden away.

Thus far he figures as the vindicator of simple veracity against those who, in the name of morals, would make it of no account.

RationalismJohn Mackinnon Robertson

Was it not ignoble to refuse the province of a vindicator of the injured, before any tribunal, however tremendous or unjust?

Ormond, Volume II (of 3)Charles Brockden Brown

The presentiment existed, for had not the Abbé Raynal long before predicted a vindicator for the race?

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

Thus again the abolitionist reappeared in the vindicator of our independence.

He sprang into literary life simply as a vindicator of the fame and genius of Turner.

If so, all women should honour Vashti as the vindicator of their dues.

He is a novelist as well as the historian and vindicator of his country.

A discoverer and colonist; a vindicator of some part at least of America from Spanish claims?

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