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Synonyms for counsel

an exchange of views in an attempt to reach a decision

an opinion as to a decision or course of action

a person who practices law

one who advises another, especially officially or professionally

to give recommendations to (someone) about a decision or course of action

Synonyms for counsel

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So when her soldiers, who spent most of their time making fudge in the palace kitchens, counseled Jinjur to resist, she listened to their foolish prattle and sent a sharp defiance to Glinda the Good and the Princess Ozma.
I was for making the attempted escape at once, but both Perry and Ghak counseled waiting for some propitious accident which would insure us some small degree of success.
Go back now to your people," I counseled them, "and tell them that you have seen David I, Emperor of the Federated Kingdoms of Pellucidar, and that single-handed he has overcome you, just as be intends over-coming the Mahars and the Sagoths and any other peoples of Pellucidar who threaten the peace and wel-fare of his empire.
Thus, counseled by the ever-present spirit of her husband, Dame Dermody wrote:
Maston, in despair, went in search of Michel Ardan, who counseled him to resign himself to the situation, adding one or two arguments
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