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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disadvise.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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If corporations were completely free to behave as the market demands – the logical extreme of CSR – then industrial catastrophes of huge magnitude, such as Bhopal, would not necessarily be disadvised.
‘I am sure he disadvised you from it,’ continued the reverend cross-examiner.
She was doing, he thought, the very thing that he had disadvised, and, as if to warn her afresh, he looked long, a derisive smile curling his proud lip.
"I am sure he disadvised you from it," continued the reverend cross-examiner.