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    advocating

    Is this sentence correct? I like the way you advocated for me during class. is the word use exclusively for formal advocacy like in law or can it be use in casual conversations. thanks.

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    Re: advocating

    Here it means: I like the way you stood out for me, how you supported my cause, my ideas.

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