We have no meanings for "zealous advocate" in our records yet.
The Russian church had a zealous advocate in the archbishop Lazar Baranovitch, ob.
The Quakers had a powerful and zealous advocate at court.
What can be demanded beyond this by the most zealous advocate for regular education?
Mr. L. Smith stood up a zealous advocate for the abolition of the Slave Trade.
Ever a zealous advocate of large states, Bolivar was an equally ardent partisan of confederation.
He was a believer in "manifest destiny" and a zealous advocate of the Monroe doctrine.
Since that time, we have known him as a most energetic and zealous advocate of the anti-slavery cause.
Monsieur Nadar being, perhaps, the most zealous advocate of this machine, we draw our information chiefly from his writings.
With him ended the reign of terror, although he was not the most zealous advocate of that system in his party.
In the early part of the eighteenth century, Judge Sewell of New England came forward as a zealous advocate for them.
The indifference of the good Mr. Bolzius had by this time passed away, and he was now a zealous advocate for its extension.
His early life had been spent among liberal politicians: he was a zealous advocate of freedom, but still more of knowledge and virtue.
Nobody had asked Fanny to be a member of the Civic League but she was its most energetic promoter, its most zealous advocate.
There is no more zealous believer in the principles of the New England Puritans, and no more zealous advocate of them, than I am.
This blessed interview effected his conversion: the persecutor of Christ became his zealous advocate, and before Dr. Stafford died he became reconciled to him.
He has for many years been a zealous advocate of the antislavery cause in England, taking up efficiently the work begun by Clarkson and Wilberforce.
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