ad·​vis·​ee | \ əd-ˌvī-ˈzē How to pronounce advisee (audio) \

Definition of advisee

: one who is advised

Examples of advisee in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Twice a week, Dr. Konrad meets via video call with her advisee, who is sometimes in a bomb shelter. Chelsea Sheasley, The Christian Science Monitor, 7 Apr. 2022 The advisee reported the harassment to Harvard's Title IX office, but the lawsuit alleges that the university chose not to investigate the reports. Taylor Romine, CNN, 10 Feb. 2022 Professor Avita Ronell, a world-renowned professor of German and comparative literature, released a statement on Friday in response to a lawsuit filed against her this week by the former student and advisee, Nimrod Reitman. Stephen R. Groves, Fox News, 17 Aug. 2018 These social workers had 34 students each, far less than the hundreds of advisees that college counselors generally oversee. Lindsay Ellis, Houston Chronicle, 27 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of advisee

1797, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for advisee

advise + -ee entry 1

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“Advisee.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 18 Aug. 2022.

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