NounAdvice (usually uncountable; plural Advices)
- An opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel.
- (obsolete) Deliberate consideration; knowledge.
- Information or notice given; intelligence; as, late advices from France; -- commonly in the plural. In commercial language, advice usually means information communicated by letter; -- used chiefly in reference to drafts or bills of exchange; as, a letter of advice. McElrath.
- (law) Counseling to perform a specific illegal act. Wharton.
- (computing, programming) In aspect-oriented programming, the code whose execution is triggered when a join point is reached.
Adjectives for Advice
interested; sage; facetious; determinative; wholesome; admirable; rash; hasty; parental; urgent; salutary; serious; dissimilar; competent; authentic; unadulterated; old-fashioned; practical; shrewd; hard-headed; requisite; customary; proffered; medical; appropriate; moderate; supplemental; unprejudiced; concentrated; superfluous; brusque; disconcerting; unselfish; matrimonial; pregnant; brutal; subtle; impartial; conservative; canny; intelligent; expert; explicit; pertinent; dreary; resented; overweening; recurrent; interjected; cautionary; voluntary; unheeded.
Verbs for Advice
adopt -; bombard with -; burst with -; consider -; consult; counsel -; deliberate over -; disregard -; drum - into; adopt -; follow -; grind out -; hark to -; heap -; heed -; honor -; ignore -; impart -; judge -; lack -; modify -; ooze -; plan -; ponder -; profit by -; reckon -; regard -; relish -; seek -; shun -; solicit -; subscribe to -; supplant -; swallow up -; volunteer -; weigh -; - aids; - binders; - leaks out.
Synonyms for Advice
Antonyms for Advice
admonition; advisement; alerting; broadcast journalism; caution; cautioning; clue; communication; communique; counsel; cue; direction; dispatch; embassy; express; forewarning; guidance; information; instruction; intelligence; journalism; letter; message; monition; news; news agency; news medium; news service; newsiness; newsletter; newsmagazine; newspaper; newsworthiness; notice; notification; office; opinion; passing word; pneumatogram; pointer; press association; radio; recommendation; release; reportage; steer; suggestion; teaching; telegram; telegraph agency; television; the fourth estate; the press; tidings; tip; tip-off; view; warning; whisper; wire service; word
From Middle English avis, French avis; + Old French vis, from Latin visum (“seemed, seen”); really past participle of videre (“to see, so that”); which has seemed best. See vision, and confer avise, advise.