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  • The king went into a house afterwards to take counsel with his people. Cited from The Most Ancient Lives of Saint Patrick, ed. by James O'Leary
  • WE bring to you three words of counsel with respect to this subject. Cited from Questionable Amusements and. . ., by J. M. Judy
  • From time to time he stopped, and seemed to hold counsel with himself. Cited from The Man Who Laughs, by Victor Hugo
  • He is said but once to have taken counsel with his officers. Cited from History of Rome from 476 AD, by Robert F. Pennell
  • But first he took counsel with his brother and his friends. Cited from Arthurian Chronicles: Roman de Brut, by Wace
  • No man ever did brave work who held counsel with his family. Cited from Beauchamps Career by George Meredith, v2
  • He left that firm to take on work as general counsel with an internet-based company.
  • But he was beginning to feel anxious, and took counsel with his daughter. Cited from Maria Chapdelaine, by Louis Hemon
  • Come to the house, Captain, and let us take counsel with the dear mother. Cited from Standish of Standish, by Jane G. Austin
  • He could take counsel with no man on the ground. Cited from To The Front, by Charles King
  • Leave me, leave me; I must take counsel with my female friends. Cited from Sakoontala or The Lost Ring, by Kalidasa
  • Have you taken counsel with any one on the subject? Cited from Roger Ingleton, Minor, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • He asked leave to retire from the court and take counsel with his men. Cited from History of England (1066-1216), by Adams
  • He resolved to go home and take counsel with his good cousin John. Cited from In the Days of Chivalry, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • I will take no counsel with him, and will undertake nothing in common with him. Cited from The Iliad, by Homer, translated by Samuel Butler
  • Just take counsel with your own heart and mind. Cited from Love's Final Victory, by Horatio
  • The time had come when the minister must seek refuge and counsel with his wife. Cited from A Pair of Patient Lovers, by William Dean Howells
  • His heart does not take counsel with his purse, nor with anything but his heart. Cited from Hills of the Shatemuc, by Susan Warner
  • At last, taking counsel with the elements, he comes to his resolution. Cited from The Confidence-Man, by Herman Melville
  • Some one, perhaps, to take counsel with now and then. Cited from Jason, by Justus Miles Forman
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