Example sentences for: advocates

How can you use “advocates” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Germany's Hans Magnus Enzensberger, who advocates arming the Kosovo Liberation Army, begs to differ: "Europeans themselves are not merely capable of intervening [in this conflict], we are morally obligated to do so."

  • By a functioning left I mean among other things a left with ideas, a left whose advocates can put forward an analysis of what's wrong with the restructuring of the economy and the repressiveness of the culture, rather than avoid looking at the quality of their own lives via sentimental moralizing about what Neil Strauss' Springsteen review actually refers to as the "poor huddled masses."

  • The Department of Justice said it denied the grant application, in part, because evaluators did not see enough collaboration between the organizations and victims' advocates, Ralphs and Milne told CVR board members.

  • "At the end of the day," a Wall Street Journal editorial writer observed recently about campaign reform, "we remain skeptics, less so of McCain-Feingold than of its advocates' professions of nonpartisanship."

  • Supply-siders have now become among the most ardent advocates of the idea that inflation is dead, and that therefore the economy can safely grow much faster than it has in the past.


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