Solicitor in a sentence as a noun

OP may get an answer from a general practice solicitor.

In all other situations your solicitor will instruct you to say 'no comment' to any question the police asks you.

My point is that cries which are often heard around these matters of "he would say that" don't really ring true here - this is a qualified solicitor with solid liberal credentials.

You want it a bit mean and angry, but you don't want it to bite you, the mailman or the neighborhood's not so bad if it goes after the occasional solicitor or burgler.

I promise you that getting a letter from a solicitor will rattle your employer a **** of a lot more than any threatening behavior you could possibly engage in.

Solicitor definitions


a petitioner who solicits contributions or trade or votes

See also: canvasser


a British lawyer who gives legal advice and prepares legal documents