We have no meanings for "warm advocate" in our records yet.
I quite expect that he will come back a warm advocate of the Allies.
Belford to Lovelace.-Becomesa warm advocate for the lady.
A man like Stuyvesant, the warm advocate of arbitrary power, would almost of necessity, be religiously intolerant.
Some psychologists incline to be parallelists, some are warm advocates of interactionism.
It must have warm advocates and passionate defenders, which a heavy, discontented acquiescence never could produce.
The various temperance reforms had all found warm advocates among his friends and neighbours; but Mr. Bacon stood aloof.
The buzzards are, of course, under such circumstances, warm advocates of internal improvement and welcome the opening of every new railway.
"He has, I see, a warm advocate in you, Doctor," said Mrs. Montgomery, again smiling.
"Ah, what a warm advocate the empress has!"
"You're a warm advocate, Madeleine."
"Something outlandish, just for the fun of the thing," said Haven, who was not a very warm advocate of secret societies.
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