Origin of counselor
Synonyms for counselor
Related Words for counsellorbarrister, counselor, advocate, head, ruler, chief, commander, director, manager, officer, trainer, adviser, coach, guide, tutor, instructor, teacher, attorney, justice, counsel
Examples from the Web for counsellor
Contemporary Examples of counsellor
As the counsellor told me, “All of this is done on a lot of faith.”Draw the Line: How Israel Erases Itself
March 26, 2012
Historical Examples of counsellor
Andrew is the counsellor, comforter, safety, and aid in any trouble.Rico and Wiseli
Why did you pretend to be my counsellor and friend, when you were my rival?Tales And Novels, Volume 5 (of 10)
It will plant itself in our minds and become our counsellor.A Dish Of Orts
The consequence was, that the Counsellor was a man after Tony's own heart.
Counsellor Webb never again addressed him in friendly terms.
early 13c., from Old French conseillier (Modern French conseiller), from Latin consilator, agent noun from consiliare, from consilium (see counsel (v.)). Meaning "one who gives professional legal advice" is from 1530s. Psychological sense (marriage counsellor, etc., is from 1940).