Counsel ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Counsel ( noun )

  1. Advice given, especially by a lawyer to a client.
  2. A lawyer or group of lawyers appointed to advise and represent a client or an organization.
  3. The act of giving advice or making recommendations.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french conseil, from latin consilium "advice, consultation", from consulere "take counsel".

Examples:

  1. She sought counsel from a lawyer before making a decision.
  2. He followed the counsel of his advisors.
  3. The counsel for the defense made a strong argument.
  4. The company retained the services of outside counsel.
  5. The counsel provided guidance on the legal matter.

(As a verb)

Counsel ( verb )

  1. Advice given, especially by a lawyer to a client.
  2. A lawyer or group of lawyers appointed to advise and represent a client or an organization.
  3. The act of giving advice or making recommendations.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french conseil, from latin consilium "advice, consultation", from consulere "take counsel".

Examples:

  1. She sought counsel from a lawyer before making a decision.
  2. He followed the counsel of his advisors.
  3. The counsel for the defense made a strong argument.
  4. The company retained the services of outside counsel.
  5. The counsel provided guidance on the legal matter.
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