Advice in a sentence

Definition of Advice

Misspelling of advise. | (uncountable) An opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel. | (uncountable, obsolete) Deliberate consideration; knowledge.

Short Example Sentence for Advice

  • 1. His advice was taken at once.
  • 2. You were not paid for your advice on that.
  • 3. I gave her advice instead.
  • 4. In vain by sage advice to wean me from her.
  • 5. I followed his advice and closed with Bliss.
  • 6. Remember, it was all by my advice you took the Red Cow.
  • 7. I don't ask your advice but your assurance.
  • 8. This advice was followed, and a pot was brought with some grease in it.
  • 9. Well, you just take my advice and drop a hint to him about this business.
  • 10. I will give you the best advice my experience may enable me to afford you.
  • 11. I think I will take your advice and go into the other room for a little while.
  • 12. I want no more advice from you," snarled Wickersham.
  • 13. Besides, we wanted advice for Baby, who had been worse of late.
  • 14. The advice in this conclusion may be useful to Your Honours.
  • 15. Michael, if you take my advice we'll drop the election for the present.

How to use Advice in a Sentence?

  • 1. My advice is to let them alone tonight and they will think we have run entirely away.
  • 2. I remember asking your advice once before; it was excellent, and was of immense help to me.
  • 3. In vain did M. Necker endeavour to excuse himself by saying that his advice had not been followed.
  • 4. Taught them, instructed them, and given them The wholesomest advice that I was able.
  • 5. I approve of the advice given in the annexed Memoir with regard to the Orphan Chamber.
  • 6. Should you wish advice as to good charities, I can think of no better adviser than Dr. Templeton.
  • 7. My brother, as I hope, will soon arrive: Whate'er advice he gives me, that I'll follow.
  • 8. And if you would listen to any advice of mine, it would be to leave him to himself as much as possible for the present.
  • 9. If you seek advice about your own concerns, one will say it is white and another will swear it is black.
  • 10. Her step-mother's casual advice and her own inner musings had resulted in one firm determination.
  • 11. Such a person must be well acquainted with the country and the forests, and the advice here given must be followed.
  • 12. But good advice was scarce, and in vain the president called upon all the most experienced mice present to find a way.
  • 13. After which rebuff, James was more willing than he had hitherto been to act in accordance with the advice of the scout.
  • 14. Such lots of good advice he has for us heathens, such sighing and groaning over us poor deluded drinkers of allegorical liquors.
  • 15. The letter of acceptance had been duly sent by the messenger, but she had yet a good deal of advice to give, and some doubts to express.
  • 16. I put my savin's in an old stockin' between my beds, and wa'n't beholden to anybody for advice nor anything.
  • 17. It came upon her, with a rush of relief, that here was somebody with whom she could discuss her problem, whose advice she could ask.
  • 18. His advice was overruled, however, and he was forced to follow the retreating foe upon the road to Moscow.
  • 19. To be so lib'ral of advice to others, So wise abroad, and poor in sense at home?
  • 20. Thus far as to my advice with regard to this fort; but I do not mean to oppose the proposals of the Commandeur.
  • 21. With my advice for getting it; and scarce Had I related half, but he conceiv'd me.
  • 22. Quixote promised to follow his advice with punctuality: and an order was now given for performing the watch of the armor in a large yard adjoining the inn.
  • 23. Mr. Lucas had been immediately sent for, and, pronouncing him in imminent danger, had requested that better advice might be procured without delay.
  • 24. The dye-roots have been so amply treated of here and in such a way that I recommend to Your Honour to follow the advice given.
  • 25. With this thought deep in her heart, she rose early one morning and rode away to seek advice from the people who lived in the Village of Eld.