Adviser. v. act. Advertir. Il vous trompera, je vous en advise. c'est le premier qui m'en a advisé. Il vieillit.
On dit proverbialement, Qu'un fou avise bien un sage, Pour faire entendre qu'il faut écouter les advis de quelque part qu'ils viennent.
Il signifie aussi, Appercevoir d'assez loin. Je l'advisay dans la foule. Il est bas.
Il signifie aussi, Consulter, déliberer, penser à... Advisez à ce que vous avez à faire. advisez-y-bien. il a du temps pour y adviser.
Il signifie encore, prendre une resolution, une expedient. Aprés avoir bien déliberé & consulté. ils adviserent que.... on advisa que... il fut advisé que....
Il signifie aussi, Songer, faire reflexion. Je ne m'en suis pas advisé. il ne s'advise de rien.
s'Adviser. neut. s'Imaginer, concevoir, inventer un moyen pour quelque fin. Il luy fit tous les honneurs dont il se peut adviser. il n'y a sottise, il n'y a malice dont il ne s'advise. il s'advisa d'un bon expedient.

Dictionnaire de l'Académie française . 1964.

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