Synonyms of 'advise'
in the sense of announce
The couple were planning to announce their engagement.
in the sense of apprise
to make aware
Have the customers been fully apprised of the advantages?
in the sense of caution
to warn or advise
Banks caution young couples against opening joint bank accounts.
in the sense of commend
I can commend it to you as a sensible course of action.
in the sense of declare
to state firmly and forcefully
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
in the sense of educate
to teach (someone) over a long period of time so that he or she acquires knowledge and understanding of a range of subjects
She was educated at a local school.
in the sense of enjoin
to order (someone) to do something
She enjoined me strictly not to tell anyone else.
in the sense of guide
to influence (a person) in his or her actions or opinions
He should have let his instinct guide him.
in the sense of influence
to persuade or induce
The conference influenced us to launch the campaign.
in the sense of inform
to make knowledgeable (about) or familiar (with)
They would inform him of any progress they had made.
let someone know,
clue someone in (informal),
put someone in the picture (informal),
tip someone off,
send word to,
give someone to understand,
make someone conversant (with)
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Thesaurus for advise from the Collins English Thesaurus