to counsel

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  • She had no one to take her part, to counsel, or speak for her. Cited from Mansfield Park, by Jane Austen
  • She had not one about her to counsel her to hold by her own feelings. Cited from The Golden Lion of Granpere, by Trollope
  • I hand it to Counsel, but they must keep it entirely to themselves. Cited from Punch, Vol. 102, January 2, 1892, Ed. by Francis Burnand
  • He was needed, or they would not have called him to counsel. Cited from The Yotsuya Kwaidan or O'Iwa Inari, by James S. De Benneville
  • And then he thought to counsel them if he might. Cited from Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series), by Various
  • I have no friend able to understand, wise enough to counsel me. Cited from Woman in the Ninteenth Century, Margaret F. Ossoli
  • The man who runs away has small right to counsel courage. Cited from Lady Rose's Daughter, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • He had learned how to counsel and comfort them by the things which he also had suffered. Cited from The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss, by George L. Prentiss
  • England is happy indeed in having such a man to counsel and support the sovereign. Cited from Young Americans Abroad, by Various
  • There he was, his own master, with nobody to counsel and direct him. Cited from Saint Augustin, by Louis Bertrand
  • If you break through the ice, you will have unworthy friends to counsel you. Cited from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, Gustavus Hindman Miller
  • The friends whom he called to counsel with him, are the holy angels whom he first created. Cited from Forbidden Gospels, Hermas, by Wake, V9
  • It had helped to balance their lives, and almost to counsel them. Cited from Howards End, by E. M. Forster
  • I need a friend, such a friend as you could be, if you would, to counsel and to aid me. Cited from Run to Earth, by M. E. Braddon
  • But he must go to counsel and to comfort her -- was he not a priest? Cited from Browning's Heroines, by Ethel Colburn Mayne
  • When she opened her lips it was usually to give advice, to counsel reason, energy and courage. Cited from Three Cities Trilogy, Complete, by Emile Zola
  • She had now no one to counsel and comfort her. Cited from The Tragedies of the Medici, by Edgcumbe Staley
  • Historically, however, not all countries have always recognized the right to counsel.
  • If only you were here to counsel him. Cited from Rainbow's End, by Rex Beach
  • Still he was ready to counsel a trial of the scheme. Cited from The Cliff Climbers, by Captain Mayne Reid
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