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  1. A person who argues the case of another, such as a lawyer in a court.
    The lawyer was one of a few good child advocates in town.
  2. A person who speaks in support of something.
    She has been a strong advocate for reform.
  3. A person who supports someone to make their voice heard, or ideally to speak up for themselves.
    Since she started working with her advocate she has become much more confident.

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