Synonym: advise, confer, instruct, recommend, suggest. Similar words: counselor, counseling, unsettling, senseless, county, country, counter, council. Meaning: ['kaʊnsl] n. 1. a lawyer who pleads cases in court 2. something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action. v. give advice to.
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7 Good counsel does no harm.
9 Good counsel never comes amiss.
14 The witness was cross-examined by the prosecuting counsel.
15 The judge asked counsel for the defence to explain.
16 Listen to the counsel of your elders.
17 His counsel is well-prepared.
18 The police have provided experts to counsel local people affected by the tragedy.
19 I would counsel you to say nothing about the affair.
20 Therapists were brought in to counsel the bereaved.
21 My solicitor will brief the senior counsel.
22 Most experts counsel caution in such cases.
23 I counsel honesty and hard work.
24 The accused was represented by a leading counsel.
25 Listen to an old man's counsel.
26 She took counsel with her lawyer.
27 Defence counsel looks for inconsistency between witness statements.
28 A countercharge of libel was made by the opposing counsel.
29 He had always been able to count on her wise counsel.
30 His conviction was quashed in March 1986 after his counsel argued that the police evidence was a tissue of lies.
More similar words: counselor, counseling, unsettling, senseless, county, country, counter, council, account, count out, count on, discount, account for, scoundrel, accounting, on account of, counterpart, accountability, take into account, developing countries, round and round, unscramble, sell, self-, itself, sell off, wisely, vessel, himself, seller.