from The Century Dictionary.
- In an advisable manner; with advice.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb With advice; wisely.
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Wisely, in an advisablemanner.
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If the problem is in the terrorism it is advisably for Tashkent to defend the Ferghana Valley better.
I use the words "ordinary state" advisably here, because such people are not always in the condition of mind when these strange faculties may be employed.
I say, advisably, _is_ celebrated, because, although Cardinal Manning abolished public mass at that hour within the diocese of Westminster about 1867, yet in conventual establishments it is still kept up, and in every church three masses are celebrated.
In conclusion, it will be remarked that if a course of conciliation is not pursued the prejudice already created will be so riveted as not to be easily, if at all, removed, and it therefore behooves the church to act advisably and with caution.
I speak of the practice of _drawing_ only; though elementary study of modelling may perhaps some day be advisably connected with it; but I do not wish to disturb, or amuse, you with a formal statement of the manifold expectations I have formed respecting your future work.
And to hold it conveniently, you must put a handle to it; and to fill it when it is empty you must have a large pitcher of some sort; and to carry the pitcher you may most advisably have two handles.
In connection with that sentence of Molière's you may advisably also remember this fact, which I chanced to notice on the bridge of Wallingford.
Arts may advisably supersede or regulate the mechanical Arts?
ISABEL interrupted the Lecturer here, and was briefly bid to hold her tongue; which gave rise to some talk, apart, afterwards, between L. and Sibyl, of which a word or two may be perhaps advisably set down.
A certain quantity of able hands and heads being placed at our disposal, what shall we most advisably set them upon?