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barrister
used in A Room of One's Own

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Definition
a lawyer who can speak in the higher courts of law in Britain, Australia, Canada and some other countries
  • Is it better to be a coal-heaver or a nursemaid; is the charwoman who has brought up eight children of less value to the world than, the barrister who has made a hundred thousand pounds? it is useless to ask such questions; for nobody can answer them.
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  • Or watch in the spring sunshine the stockbroker and the great barrister going indoors to make money and more money and more money when it is a fact that five hundred pounds a year will keep one alive in the sunshine.
    2 (87% in)

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