(Brit) a teacher who visits schools to advise teachers on curriculum developments within a particular subject area
a Dutch liqueur made with brandy, sugar, and eggs. Historical Examples De beste zaak heeft nog een goed’ advocaat noodig—The best cause has need of a good pleader. Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern, English and Foreign Sources James Wood noun a liqueur having a raw egg base
the act of pleading for, supporting, or recommending; active espousal: He was known for his advocacy of states’ rights. noun (pl) -cies active support, esp of a cause n. late 14c., from Old French avocacie (14c.), from Medieval Latin advocatia, noun of state from Latin advocatus (see advocate (n.)).
the act of pleading for, supporting, or recommending; active espousal: He was known for his advocacy of states’ rights. Contemporary Examples Their advocacy of the “full” right of return of Palestinian refugees means an end to Jewish Israel. If You Want Two States, Support BDS Kathleen Peratis October 15, 2013 But Robert Weissman, head of […]
- Advocacy journalism
journalism that promotes a cause or expresses a subjective viewpoint. Contemporary Examples He finally decided that the advocacy journalism is what he wanted to do. What Happened With Lou Dobbs Lloyd Grove, Rebecca Dana November 11, 2009 Markay noted how Breitbart played an important role helping in “sorting out how advocacy journalism works in practice.” […]