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apologist (s) (noun), apologists (pl)
A person who argues in defense or justification of something; such as, a doctrine, a policy, or an institution: "A few apologists defended their political positions as being justified for these bad economic times."

When a person is an apologist, he or she is trying to justify a belief or some action and would do it again.

This entry is located in the following units: apo-, ap-, aph- (page 3) -ist (page 6) -ology, -logy, -ologist, -logist (page 7)