advisorily

advisory

[ad-vahy-zuh-ree]
adjective
1.
of, giving, or containing advice: an advisory letter from a stockbroker.
2.
having the power or duty to advise: an advisory council.
noun, plural advisories.
3.
a report on existing or predicted conditions, often with advice for dealing with them: an investment advisory.
4.
an announcement or bulletin that serves to advise and usually warn the public, as of some potential hazard: a health advisory; a travelers' advisory.
5.
an announcement from the U.S. National Weather Service to keep the public informed about the progress of a potentially dangerous weather condition: hurricane advisory; tornado advisory. Compare warning ( def 3 ), watch ( def 20 ).

Origin:
1770–80; advise + -ory1

advisorily, adverb
preadvisory, adjective
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advisory (ədˈvaɪzərɪ)
 
adj
1.  giving advice; empowered to make recommendations: an advisory body
 
n , -ries
2.  a statement issued to give advice, recommendations, or a warning: a travel advisory
3.  a person or organization with an advisory function: the Prime Minister's media advisory

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