Solicitor

Solicitor,

Definition of Solicitor:

  1. In the English legal system, the lawyer who confines his or her practice to meeting and advising clients and who (unlike a barrister) does not litigate a matter in a court. This distinction is not observed in US (where all lawyers are called attorneys) and most other countries.

  2. The chief law officer of a city, town, or government department.

  3. A person who tries to obtain business orders, advertising, etc.; a canvasser.

Synonyms of Solicitor

Advocate, Agent, Amicus curiae, Applicant, Aspirant, Attorney, Attorney-at-law, Ballyhoo man, Ballyhooer, Barker, Barrister, Barrister-at-law, Bidder, Candidate, Canvasser, Claimant, Counsel, Counselor, Counselor-at-law, Deputy, Friend at court, Intercessor, Lawyer, Legal adviser, Legal counselor, Legal expert, Legal practitioner, Legalist, Mouthpiece, Petitioner, Pitchman, Pleader, Postulant, Proctor, Procurator, Sea lawyer, Seeker, Self-styled lawyer, Solicitant, Spieler, Suitor, Suppliant, Supplicant, Tout, Touter

How to use Solicitor in a sentence?

  1. The solicitor was persistent in his efforts to sell but we politely refused because we did not want to be bothered.
  2. If you ever find yourself in the position of facing jail time you must try and get the best solicitor that you can.
  3. I didnt realize the guy behind the store was a solicitor until he came up to me and started asking if I would go somewhere private with him.
  4. The president of the United States and the vice president of the United States should not be the solicitors in chief.
  5. Telephone solicitors have no sense of privacy nor know when to call.

Meaning of Solicitor & Solicitor Definition