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advocate, advocator, proponent, exponentnoun
a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea
One who supports something; an advocate
Etymology: * From proponens, present participle of prōpōnere
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
One that makes a proposal.
Etymology: from proponens, Lat.
For mysterious things of faith rely
On the proponent, heaven’s authority. Dryden.
A proponent is a person who advocates or supports a particular cause, idea, or course of action.
making proposals; proposing
one who makes a proposal, or lays down a proposition
the propounder of a thing
Etymology: [L. proponens, p. pr.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
prō-pō′nent, adj. proposing.—n. one who makes a proposal or proposition: (law) one who propounds a will for probate.
The numerical value of proponent in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of proponent in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
I’m a very big proponent of security, and if they were patting me down, no problem, but this was a 10-year-old girl. The whole system seems to not work the way it should be working.
It's completely dishonest to suggest that Sen. Cruz is not a staunch proponent of securing the border, and he believes that needs to be the first priority in fixing our immigration system.
The conditions I have imposed take into account issues raised by the community and ensure that the proponent must meet the highest environmental standards.
Churchill's 2,054 page book Second World War makes no mention of genocide or the murder of Jews. Coincidentally, Churchill was a strong proponent of eugenic legislation prior to the outbreak of WWII.
I'm really not. I'm a strong proponent of do it once, do it right.
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