counsellor

[ koun-suh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF counsellor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNSELLOR

Andrew is the counsellor, comforter, safety, and aid in any trouble.

Why did you pretend to be my counsellor and friend, when you were my rival?

It will plant itself in our minds and become our counsellor.

The consequence was, that the Counsellor was a man after Tony's own heart.

Counsellor Webb never again addressed him in friendly terms.

The wisdom of the counsellor is that small part of the soul which has authority and reason.

The counsellor of it and the inspiring soul was the wife herself.

It is for you to decide whether you will accept of such a counsellor.

Where was MacNaghten, her one faithful friend and counsellor?

"I have long wished for such a counsellor," said Cashel, fervently.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COUNSELLOR

mentors

nounperson who advises
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