Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers
Division (I) Individual Volition
Section III. Voluntary Action
2. Complex Voluntary Action

695. Advice.

   NOUN:ADVICE, counsel, adhortation [obs.]; word to the wise; suggestion, submonition [obs.], recommendation, advocacy; advisement [archaic]; consultation.
  EXHORTATION (persuasion) [See Motive]; expostulation (dissuasion) [See Dissuasion]; admonition (warning) [See Warning]; guidance (direction) [See Direction].
  INSTRUCTION, charge, injunction; Governor’s -, President’s- message; King’s -, Queen’s- speech; message, speech from the throne.
  ADVISER, prompter; counsel, counselor; monitor, mentor, Nestor, sage, wise man, wise woman; magnus Apollo [L.], senator; teacher [See Teacher]; yogi or yogin; physician, leech [archaic]; archiater; arbiter (judge) [See Judge].
  GUIDE, manual, chart (information) [See Information].
  CONSULTATION, conference, pourparler [F.], parley, powwow [U. S.]; reference, referment.
   VERB:ADVISE, counsel; give -advice, – counsel, – a piece of advice; suggest, prompt, submonish [obs.], recommend, prescribe, advocate; exhort (persuade) [See Motive].
  ENJOIN, enforce, charge, instruct, call; call upon (request) [See Request]; dictate.
  EXPOSTULATE (dissuade) [See Dissuasion]; admonish (warn) [See Warning].
  ADVISE WITH; lay heads -, consult- together; compare notes; hold a council, deliberate, be closeted with.
  CONFER, consult, refer to, call in; follow, follow implicitly; take -, follow- advice; be advised by, have at one’s elbow, take one’s cue from.
   ADJECTIVE:RECOMMENDATORY; hortative (persuasive) [See Motive]; dehortatory (dissuasive) [See Dissuasion]; admonitory (warning) [See Warning]; consultative; dictatory, dictatorial; didactic.
  1. Give every man thine ear but few thy voice.—Hamlet
  2. I am Sir Oracle, And when I ope my lips, let no dog bark!—Merchant of Venice
  3. I pray thee cease thy counsel.—Much Ado About Nothing
  4. My guide, philosopher and friend.—Pope
  5. ’Twas good advice and meant, my son be good.—Crabbe
  6. Verbum sat sapienti.
  7. Vive memor lethi (or leti).
  8. We ask advice but we mean approbation.—Colton