Definitions of "solicitor"
  1. Someone who actively seeks to obtain something or someone
  2. In the British legal system, a type of lawyer who provides legal advice, represents clients in lower courts, and prepares cases for barrister representation in higher courts
  3. The primary legal representative or officer in a town, county, or a government department
How to use "solicitor" in a sentence
  1. The solicitor worked tirelessly to gain support for the local charity.
  2. The solicitor prepared the contracts in detail before they were sent to the barrister for further analysis.
  3. As the city's solicitor, she was responsible for providing legal counsel to the mayor regarding relevant legal matters.

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