apologist /əˈpɒlədʒɪst/


I. noun

a person who offers an argument in defence of something controversial

an enthusiastic apologist for fascism in the 1920s.
– origin mid 17th cent.: from French apologiste, from Greek apologizesthai ‘give an account’ (see apologize).

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