Advice


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Advice

A proposal for an appropriate course of action; counsel; guidance; opinion; recommendation.
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Why, we came, anyhow," replied Scraps, "and now we are here we may as well have some advice.
But it's good advice for the foolish," said the donkey, admiringly.
Quietly folding up the prescription, she reminded him that he had proposed to ask her advice.
He lives in a court or lane running out of Long Acre, and he offers advice to persons interested in recovering missing objects of any sort.
There is my advice; let your own experience decide whether it is not the best advice that I can offer.
Lady Janet, by the advice of Horace, sent for her own medical adviser.
I have never charged a penny for my professional advice, except to those who were evidently rich people; but I have not allowed the value of my services to be overlooked at all, and I always make them pay for medicine unless the patient is exceedingly poor.
Everybody scolds us, everybody gives us advice, everybody warns us.
The young lady, when she came to take leave of her cousin, could not avoid giving her a short hint of advice.
The advice given in such a manner was full of forebodings to him.
Dawson, not over-courteously, inquired if his lordship's advice was the advice of a doctor, and being informed that it was the advice of one who had studied medicine unprofessionally, replied that he was not accustomed to consult with amateur physicians.
The guests, scarcely less disturbed, were equally at a loss; and at length, with a variety of muttered, half-expressed condolences, and pieces of advice, rose to depart; being at the same time slightly muddled with liquor.