Need another word that means the same as “lawyer”? Find 3 synonyms and 30 related words for “lawyer” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Lawyer” are: attorney, agent, member of the bar
Lawyer as a Noun
Definitions of "Lawyer" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “lawyer” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice.
- A person who practises or studies law, especially (in the UK) a solicitor or a barrister or (in the US) an attorney.
Synonyms of "Lawyer" as a noun (3 Words)
|agent||Any agent or representative of a federal agency or bureau.|
His agent was able to negotiate a long term contract.
|member of the bar||The male organ of copulation (`member’ is a euphemism.|
Associations of "Lawyer" (30 Words)
|acquittal||A judgment of not guilty.|
The trial resulted in an acquittal.
|appeal||Make a serious, urgent, or heartfelt request.|
The range of topics will appeal to youngsters.
|appellate||Of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals.|
|ask||Require or ask for as a price or condition.|
This job asks a lot of patience and skill.
|attorney||A professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice.|
|barrister||A person called to the bar and entitled to practise as an advocate, particularly in the higher courts.|
|client||A dependant; a hanger-on.|
Workstation clients are going to be easy to install.
|counselor||A lawyer who pleads cases in court.|
|court||The courtiers retinue and household of a sovereign.|
The house was built around an inner court.
|diplomatist||An official engaged in international negotiations.|
|disbar||Expel (a barrister) from the Bar, so that they no longer have the right to practise law.|
Competitors wearing rings will be disbarred from competition.
|entreaty||An earnest or humble request.|
An entreaty to stop the fighting.
|exhortation||The act of exhorting; an earnest attempt at persuasion.|
No amount of exhortation had any effect.
|indict||Formally accuse of or charge with a crime.|
His former manager was indicted for fraud.
|judicial||Expressing careful judgment-Tyler Dennett.|
A judicial system.
|juror||Someone who serves (or waits to be called to serve) on a jury.|
|jury||A body of people selected to judge a competition.|
The jury returned unanimous guilty verdicts.
|legal||Having legal efficacy or force.|
He claimed that it had all been legal.
|malpractice||A wrongful act that the actor had no right to do; improper professional conduct.|
The widow sued his surgeon for malpractice.
|mistrial||A trial rendered invalid through an error in the proceedings.|
The judge dismissed the charge and declared a mistrial.
|paralegal||A person trained in subsidiary legal matters but not fully qualified as a lawyer.|
|petition||Write a petition for something to somebody request formally and in writing.|
A Highland chief petitioned her father for her hand in marriage.
|plead||Make an allegation in an action or other legal proceeding especially answer the previous pleading of the other party by denying facts therein stated or by alleging new facts.|
She was pleading insanity.
|probate||Put a convicted person on probation by suspending his sentence.|
She has been granted a probate to execute her late father s estate.
|proposal||The act of making a proposal.|
Surely a woman as beautiful as you has had proposals.
|prosecutor||A person, especially a public official, who institutes legal proceedings against someone.|
Prosecutors are fully entitled to bring any number of offences against a single defendant.
|solicitor||A member of the legal profession qualified to deal with conveyancing the drawing up of wills and other legal matters A solicitor may also instruct barristers and represent clients in some courts.|
She had been a telephone solicitor for a Chicago newspaper.
|supplicate||Make a humble, earnest petition.|
He supplicated the King for clemency.
|trial||Of a horse dog or other animal compete in trials.|
He had a fair trial and the jury found him guilty.
|verdict||A decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest.|
The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.