noun, plural judge advocates. Military.
Origin of judge advocate
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(p. 307) In this instance none of the members except the president and judge-advocate knew the station of the accused.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
The judge-advocate at the foot had the look of laying down the law by main force.The Storm Centre|Charles Egbert Craddock
He had taken pains to obtain it to meet the ugly stories that were even then circulating against the Judge-Advocate.
Alfonsine pressed the judge-advocate's hand and hastened away to her train.The Baron's Sons|Mr Jkai
Their objections were invariably overruled, unless acceded to by the Judge-Advocate.