advise

All Verb Noun
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  • No one except those close to her were ever advised of this.
  • The cause of her sleep is an ill-advised wish by her mother.
  • She advises him to talk about his problems to their parents and to her.
  • At least one style guide has, in the past, advised against this use.
  • Doctors advised rest at home since his conditions could last up to a month.
  • He advised her to marry instead, since her voice was not enough.
  • He played despite his doctor's advising him against playing the tournament.
  • The common view held that Richard was ill-advised to fight here.
  • It could advise the king on his action but by no means could prevent him from acting.
  • We will also set up a committee to advise the minister.
  • Some have advised against keeping them around very young children.
  • He then advised on the re-establishment of military forces in West Germany.
  • A Government Council advised the governor-general in the running of the province.
  • The company trains and advises students on how to find a host family.
  • This center provides students assistance in academic matters through group and individual advising.
  • The US government also advised US citizens not to travel to the region.
  • She was able to advise the production team on the right moments to film specific events.
  • He was advised to take a trip to London, where he died.
  • As the new king's uncle, Thomas played an important role advising him.
  • His doctors advised him to take a break from the tour, but he refused.
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Meaning of advise

  • verb Inform (somebody) of something
    I advised him that the rent was due