Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"Wait till to-morrow morning, and by then you may have slept upon it," she counselled.

"You can't truly say you're out, dear," counselled Edna, in an undertone.

Meantime, he counselled the public to be not unduly alarmed.

Mere prudence would have counselled the despatch of such information.

He told me how ably you have seconded him and counselled him where necessary.

Mrs. Gosnold counselled her abruptly with unwonted brusqueness.

Mr. Dunn counselled this employment of the money, and I consented to it.

You remember how he counselled me against that visit to the Rectory.

Lloyd himself favoured the idea, and counselled its adoption.

"Keep trying," counselled the referee, keeping pace with her.