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Advised, adj. (cf. Avised), considerate, deliberate, used of persons as well as things: “the a. head defends itself,” H5 I, 2, 179. “the silver livery of a. age,” H6B V, 2, 47. “bade me be a.” R3 II, 1, 107. “when they had sworn to this a. doom,” Lucr. 1849. “by a. respects,” Sonn. 49, 4. “with more a. watch,” Merch. I, 1, 142. “more upon humour than a. respect,” John IV, 2, 214. “with a. purpose,” R2 I, 3, 188. Sometimes == in one's sound senses, not mad: “I am a. what I say,” Err. V, 214. Preceded by well: “mad or well a.?” Err. II, 2, 215. LLL V, 2, 434. John III, 1, 5. R3 I, 3, 318. IV, 4, 518. Tit. IV, 2, 10.
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