noun, plural solicitors general.
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Where have you been, Colonel, with my friend the Solicitor-General?Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume II.
Charles James Lever
He must be solicitor-general either to the Whigs or to the Tories.
And it was fitting she should have such a look if ever she were to be the wife of a solicitor-general.
At any rate, he would wait till after the solicitor-general's marriage.
A man who is solicitor-general at eight-and-twenty can hardly have had time for much.