Which seems a bit silly since in her last run, she did everything she could to use both to her advantage.
A WashPost/ABC News poll actually gives Romney a 45-42 advantage over Obama.
Is it making any other payment to him or offering him any advantage?
The government has played this up to their advantage, in an apparent attempt to turn ordinary Syrians against the opposition.
By the time he left, Democrats enjoyed an advantage of 19 points.
It has been an advantage for that sweet girl to have been brought up by them.
Beecot was too dense, and, it may be added, too honest to turn any opportunity to advantage.
It is, I have found, only in books that men use the last moment to advantage.
The economy and advantage of sex differentiation are primarily physical.
On the other hand, what real loss was mine—with so much to my advantage?
early 14c., avantage, "position of being in advance of another," from Old French avantage "advantage, profit, superiority," from avant "before," probably via an unrecorded Late Latin *abantaticum, from Latin abante (see advance).
The -d- is a 16c. intrusion on the analogy of Latin ad- words. Meaning "a favoring circumstance" (the opposite of disadvantage) is from late 15c. Tennis score sense is from 1640s, first recorded in writings of John Milton, of all people. Phrase to take advantage of is first attested late 14c.