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- noun One that is advised.
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- noun someone who
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- noun someone who receives advice
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The advisor and the advisee; the teacher and the student, but we're not those things anymore.
She'd gone into it feeling optimistic because she had graduated, and things were different—she was no longer a student, no longer an advisee, and Professor Paulson was no longer a teacher or an advisor—as of that evening, she believed, they were officially friends.
Jake is the adviser, Stanley, or "Stinky" they have known each other since college, the advisee.
As a former Radical thesis advisee I know first hand just how encouraging, caring, and helpful TR can be.
I remember a parent/teacher conference a few years ago with the father of an advisee.
The type of student or advisee I can't stand is the one who yawns and looks at his watch, thinking that any information that he doesn't know already must not be worth knowing.
I met with an advisee who's confused about her career plan and was given stern advice by a family member to switch her majors again.
Amazed by the new phenomenon and persuaded by the impact of observing unexpected images revealing inner parts of the human body, Exner immediately reported the discovery to his colleagues and prompted his advisee Eduard Haschek to work on this topic.
The same, presumably, is not true of the advisor/advisee relationship.
Looking forward to her visit to Oslo and under the enormous pressure from her ex-advisee and Stetter, Blau rushed to arrange research matters with Wambacher, an arrangement which was a total defeat for her.