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- n. Alternative spelling of counselor.
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- n. same as counselor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a lawyer who pleads cases in court
- n. someone who gives advice about problems
- n. someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
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My long term counsellor is leaving just before Christmas because she wants to further her career and so she can have more time at home than what she's already getting, which I do understand on her behalf, but it's leaving me in a terrible state.
But do you think a newly married straight couple would be referred to a counsellor because they asked about starting a family?
But God had that sorted, and I could talk to her more freely than even to my counsellor, which is weird!
My counsellor was a Christian and she was open about it even though I didn't share her beliefs.
I can assure you, Julia, said the Colonel, you are perfectly right; my friend the counsellor is a dangerous person; the last time I had the pleasure of seeing him, he was closeted with a fair lady, who had granted him a tê-´-tête at eight in the morning.
They left Laupahoehoe and got off Makahanaloa when one of the men, the one who is called the counsellor, saw the rainbow arching over Paliuli.
The father of our friend Bardua was entitled a counsellor of the Supreme Court, but then he had also filled the office of a censor, and what a nice, bright boy his son was!
In the extremity of what was to be his most passionate experience in Strassburg, it was to Salzmann that he poured forth all the tumult of his passion, and the very act of laying bare his heart to such a counsellor was a suggestion of the necessity of a certain measure of self-control.
In this instance the counsellor was the living pattern of his own maxims.
But fear was too weak a counsellor for her to pretermit either her composure or her pleasures.