- advertising agency,
- advertising man,
- advertising standards authority,
- advice and consent,
- advice boat,
- advice note,
Origin of advice
Examples from the Web for advice
Who do you turn to now when you have a decision to make, when you have one less person to provide validation or advice?
The problem, though, is that this advice presumes that death threats are rare and abnormal.Cover-Ups and Concern Trolls: Actually, It's About Ethics in Suicide Journalism|Arthur Chu|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
As a well-known advocate for Baluch rights in Iran, young Iranians reach out to him for advice.The Dangerous Drug-Funded Secret War Between Iran and Pakistan|Umar Farooq|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their authors promise that your spirit will be improved, your ambition honed, and your finances maximized by their advice.
It was not only the advice that I gave parents about their kids, it was the standard I held for my own.Yes, Your Toddler Can Watch TV: The New Rules for Screen Time|Russell Saunders|December 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His advice, however, sunk deep into my mind, and has often been of singular value to me since.Parker's Second Reader|Richard G. Parker
His soldiers broke into cheers, but he sternly stopped them, with the advice to wait till the Hartford was sunk.Dewey and Other Naval Commanders|Edward S. Ellis
Wilson has written to the Sultan a letter full of advice, and he says the Turks will be more powerful than ever.The Greville Memoirs|Charles C. F. Greville
Yet the "Tigers" purposed to make the place the talk of the juvenile population and they turned to their captain for advice.A Son of the City|Herman Gastrell Seely
For the moment Russell appears to have yielded easily to this French advice.Great Britain and the American Civil War|Ephraim Douglass Adams
Word Origin for advice
late 13c., auys "opinion," from Old French avis "opinion, view, judgment, idea" (13c.), from phrase ço m'est à vis "it seems to me," or from Vulgar Latin *mi est visum "in my view," ultimately from Latin visum, neuter past participle of videre "to see" (see vision).
The unhistoric -d- was introduced in English 15c., on model of Latin words in ad-. Substitution of -c- for -s- is 18c., to preserve the breath sound and to distinguish from advise. Meaning "opinion given as to action, counsel" is from late 14c.