advised, avised (adj.) Old form(s): aduis'd , aduised
judicious, wise, prudent
2H6 V.ii.47[Young Clifford to his dead father] Wast thou ordained ... to achieve / The silver livery of advised age
H5 I.ii.179[Exeter to all] Th'advised head defends itself at home
MV I.i.142[Bassanio to Antonio, of an arrow] when I had lost one shaft, / I shot his fellow ... / The self-same way, with more advised watch
Sonn.49.4[of frowning on his defects] Called to that audit by advised respects
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