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- adj. benefitting from careful prior advice or counsel
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Accordant with good advice or careful reflection; considerate; prudent: as, a well-advised proceeding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the benefit of careful prior consideration or counsel
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"Considering Nevada's unemployment stands at 13%, Senator Reid would be well-advised to get his mind off sex and onto getting America's economy back on track," National Republican Senatorial Committee Communications Director Brian Walsh said in a statement to CNN.
Those who wish to condemn Assange would be well-advised to watch the documentary film, The Most Dangerous Man in America.
Still, citizens of states where fracking is pending or present, would be well-advised to read Ingraffea's letter to learn what they are in for, should fracking proceed.
Let me add that my observation, based on the behavior of friends, is that sellers tend to drastically underestimate holding costs, and would usually be well-advised to sell quickly at a somewhat lower price than hoped for.
The prime minister and his men would be well-advised to listen.
Fragments of human bodies, for which the artist used himself as a model, is the recurrent subject in this exhibition and a visitor would be well-advised to spend time going through the exhibition catalogue, full of additional and fascinating visual information.
And while we may no longer have any overwhelming need to adorn ourselves with trailing headdresses, we would be well-advised to emulate the Mesoamericans in utilizing the turkey as a major source of protein in our daily diets.
If you diagnose yourself as having one or more of these symptoms, especially feelings that life is not worth living, you would certainly be well-advised to consult a qualified professional.
Dr. Jesus weighed in also, though he's well-advised not to give sound bites.
Otherwise, you are well-advised keep in mind something Albom says he learned while writing this book: He is “neither smarter nor better” than others, just luckier.