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Spell check of advocate

Correct spelling: advocate

Synonyms:
legal adviser, barrack, guidance, commend, encourage, solicitor, instigate, power, urge, confer, urge on, notify, advance, direction, recommend, exponent, champion, press, caution, warn, stand behind, suggest, counselor, expounder, counsel, paladin, cue, preach, legal eagle, gospeler, lawyer, sanction, promote, advocator, promoter, counselor-at-law, apostle, guide, side with, support, admonish, booster, stand by, protagonist, embolden, incite, prompt, pep up, counseling, countenance, consult, abet, get behind, brief, bolster, back, advise, exhort, attorney-at-law, uphold, friend, attorney, hierophant, cheer, pleader, endorse, proponent, index, prophesy, high priest, assist, direct, herald, plump for, notary public, barrister, shyster, true believer, defend, backer, white knight, inspire, inform, counselling, push, further, aid, tub-thumper, supporter, instruct, counsellor, vindicate, espouser.

Antonyms:
frustrate, faultfinder, deter, antagonist, opponent, obstruct, denounce, rival, discourage, disapprove, expose, enemy, hinder, impede, counteract, foe, adversary, baffle, dissuade, critic, confound, disconcert.

Examples of usage:

1) He liked her because she was a strong advocate of his. - "Command", William McFee.

2) Alexander Wedderburn, before being called to the English Bar in 1757, had practised as an advocate in his native city, Edinburgh. - "England in the Days of Old", William Andrews.

3) I believe the application of the theory of poetry I advocate would work many changes in literary values. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

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