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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.
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
He was an accomplished President, helping to modernise and transform the International Olympic Committee, he will be remembered particularly for championing youth sport and for inaugurating the Youth Olympic Games. He was also a fierce proponent of clean sport, and fought tirelessly against the evils of doping.
I'm really not. I'm a strong proponent of do it once, do it right.
I'm more of a proponent for hula hooping than crunches.
The proposed rule would do nothing to address violent crime, while further burdening law-abiding gun owners and the lawful firearm industry with overbroad regulations, the ATF Director would be given an incredible amount of power under the proposed rule. With President Biden's nomination of gun control lobbyist and gun ban proponent David Chipman to head the ATF, this rule could give agun control extremist the ability to destroy the American firearms industry.
I was a proponent of starting in a universe of Covid because I feel our show has such an incredible accessibility to people and relatability to people that we need to be there with them, we're going to share your frustration. We're going to share your loss... and also, who knows, maybe we'll be there with you when this is over.
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