advisal

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noun ad·vis·al \əd-ˈvī-zəl\

Definition of advisal

  1. :  an act or instance of giving advice Truman consulted with lawyers around the country who advised that case law at the time showed that without an advisal from the court, an appeal could be launched at another time … — Felisa Cardona, Denver Post, 24 Feb. 2009

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Origin and Etymology of advisal

advise + 2-al


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