Judge Andrews gave immediate promise of celebrity as an advocate.
To the Hotel Badrutt, to plead my own cause, because my advocate has failed me.
Although a Roman by descent, I advocate not Roman intolerance.
Fear not; while you advocate the truth, you can defy their rage.
But, do you mean to advocate the instant manumission of all slaves, without regard to consequences?
A door was opened; and we knew it to be that of the advocate Solera.
On the contrary, I am become an advocate for the passion; for I too am cœlo tactus, Currus bene se habet.
The Chisera is not a subject for jest or the favor of men; she is an advocate with the gods for us.
He was an advocate, especially late in life, of the feudal type of colony.
There was an advocate, or Sagfrer, a German, and some bagmen from Copenhagen.
advocate mid-14c., "one whose profession is to plead cases in a court of justice," a technical term from Roman law, from O.Fr. avocat, from L. advocatus "one called to aid," orig. pp. of advocare "to call" (as witness or advisor) from ad- "to" + vocare "to call," related to vocem (see voice). The verb is first attested 1640s.