Sure, I can counsel concerned parents that none of the childhood vaccines I will be administering contain thimerosal.
Such a restraining order, however, will often preclude the defendant from retaining his counsel of choice.
This only changed when Richard Nixon appointed John Dean his White House counsel.
Harry Kresky acted as counsel for the coalition in the South Carolina litigation referenced in this article.
“This is aiding and abetting criminal activity,” charges campaign finance attorney Dan Backer, counsel for Stop Hillary.
Your own fears, and not mine, counsel you to such a proceeding.
He was no longer in a mood to counsel fight, even though he disliked to submit.
counsel forgets, he declared, that this is his own witness whom he appears to be cross-examining.
“We must call Kit into counsel, ere we can do that fully,” said Stephen.
I did not follow the counsel of my grandmamma with the four g's in having an eye to my own safety.
early 13c., from Old French counseil (10c.) "advice, counsel; deliberation, thought," from Latin consilium "plan, opinion" (see consultation). As a synonym for "lawyer," first attested late 14c.
late 13c., from Old French conseiller "to advise, counsel," from Latin consiliari, from consilium "plan, opinion" (see counsel (n.)). Related: Counseled. Counseling "giving professional advice on social or psychological problems" dates from 1940.