[ US /ædˈvaɪzɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɐdvˈa‍ɪzɐ/ ]
  1. an expert who gives advice
    an adviser helped students select their courses
    the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala
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How To Use adviser In A Sentence

  • His careers adviser suggested he might make a good bus conductor. Times, Sunday Times
  • The study, which was ordered by influential US military adviser Andrew Marshall, suggests that climate change should become an issue of national security rather than just a scientific discussion.
  • More alarming -- not to mention revolting -- than any revelation, which has come out thus far about Bachmann, Kennedy once commented to Democratic political adviser Bobby Baker, "You know, I get a migraine headache if I don't get a strange piece of ass every day" see endnote 54. Lara M. Brown, Ph.D.: Michele Bachmann and Migraines: Presidential Disqualifier or Sexism?
  • He has acted as one of the campaign's unofficial advisers, according to an insider. Times, Sunday Times
  • And do not forget that Ferry's bandmate Brian Eno is Nick Clegg's youth affairs adviser. Archive 2008-11-01
  • The big banks argue that the advisers are walking a fine line. Times, Sunday Times
  • He lived in the dorm as a resident adviser.
  • She thinks the world of her adviser
  • None of this will diminish the short-term elation that Romney's advisers feel. Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis
  • The party's rank and file are beginning to question the prime minister's choice of advisers.
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