use pleader in a sentence.
I'm glad to hear of it; a fine profession, sir; constant variety and excitement -- for the pleader, that is to say '(Mr. Shelford shared the lay impression that pleading was a form of passionate appeal to judge and jurymen),' and of course you would plead in court.
The second mate had, however, in the meantime mentioned the matter to the captain, putting his own construction upon it; the request was therefore harshly and hastily refused, the refusal being accompanied by the assertion that the pleader was a mean, skulking, mutinous rascal, not worth his salt.
He gave the following instance of the sort of thing which takes place: -- A man comes into the "pleader," or lawyer's office, for a consultation.
Especially,” he went on, “when the pleader is the nephew of an old colleague, one of the lights of the grand Council of State which gave France the
Especially, "he went on," when the pleader is the nephew of an old colleague, one of the lights of the grand Council of State which gave France the Napoleonic Code. "