counselor[ koun-suh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF counselor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNSELOR
Let them run about, then,” said the counselor, “and keep warm.
This counselor was one of my intimate friends, and a pattern of piety.
In 1827 he was admitted as counselor of the Supreme Court of the State.
"You don't have to instruct me in my judicial duties, Counselor," he said.
Then he instructed his counselor, Gianluca Pozzi, to answer the Emperor's letter.
I should have been in great straits deprived of my friend and counselor.
Maybe the counselor wants to look over the table for himself.
Counselor, would you refuse to defend a man if you thought he was guilty?
She had been a tried and devoted friend and counselor to him, he said, for many years.
Mr. Counselor Lynch, we take it you represent the defendants?