noun, plural solicitors general.
Origin of solicitor general
Examples from the Web for solicitor general
The clerk of the Solicitor-General was of course beyond suspicion.
Of those who held this opinion, the rector of Yoxham was the strongest, and the most envenomed against the Solicitor-General.
The former had been solicitor-general, and was a man of mark and ability in the profession.Benjamin Franklin|John Torrey Morse, Jr.
This also was the view taken by Yorke, Solicitor-General in 1757.The Press-Gang Afloat and Ashore|John R. Hutchinson
The Solicitor-General went away, to some other business, and much of the interest seemed to drop.