Advocate and Partisan


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Advocate noun – A person who actively supports or favors a cause.
Usage example: Mark Twain, Noah Webster, and President Theodore Roosevelt are among past advocates of a reformed spelling system

Partisan is a synonym for advocate. In some cases you can use "Partisan" instead a noun "Advocate".
Nearby Words: advocacy, advocated, advocating
Synonyms for Advocate


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Partisan noun – One who follows the opinions or teachings of another.
Usage example: partisans of the charismatic leader refuse to tolerate any criticism of him at all

Advocate is a synonym for partisan. You can use "Advocate" instead a noun "Partisan".
Nearby Word: partisanship
Synonyms for Partisan

How words are described

fervent fervent advocate fervent partisan
female female advocate female partisan
prominent prominent advocate prominent partisan

Both words in one sentence

  • Socialist Realism Partisan. The work must explicitly advocate for Communism.
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