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[ad-vahy-zee, ad-] /æd vaɪˈzi, ˌæd-/
noun, Education
one of a group of students assigned to a faculty adviser for help in selection of a course of studies.
Origin of advisee
1815-25; advise + -ee Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • My advisee came in to the cafe, sat down awkwardly, and looked at me out of the corners of his eyes.
  • She is your first advisee now that you are on the tenure track.
  • The authors share how they negotiated the advisor-advisee relationship throughout the dissertation process.
  • Advisors know well the unique needs and characteristics of each advisee.
  • There is a lifetime conflict for a major professor-advisee relationship.

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