counsel (v.) Old form(s): counsaile , counsell
advise, urge
AYL I.ii.165[Celia to Orlando] the fear of your adventure would counsel you to a more equal enterprise
AYL I.ii.250[Le Beau to Orlando] I do in friendship counsel you / To leave this place
AYL III.iii.85[Jaques to Touchstone] Let me counsel thee
E3 III.iv.13[King John to all, of the fleeing troops] Let us yet assay / If we can counsel some of them to stay
E3 IV.iv.93[Second Herald to Prince Edward, of Normandy] he counsels thee to fly
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