barristernoun [ C ]uk /ˈbær.ɪ.stər/ us /ˈber.ə.stɚ/
Examples from literature
- Few occupations more aptly illustrate this difference than those of solicitor and barrister.
- He repeated this remark to the barrister when he reached Brett's chambers.
- I said you were going to be a barrister or a judge or something.
- Innumerable lawsuits grew out of the act, and the courts and barristers held to conflicting interpretations and constructions.
- Why the barrister should have betrayed his client is not clear.