Deliberation, consideration, assessment; the consultation of a court, following the argument of an underlying cause by counsel, and before delivering their viewpoint. Clark v. study, 5 N. J. Law, 4S6.
very early 14c., avisement "examination, assessment, observation," from Old French avisement "consideration, representation," from aviser (see advise). Indicating "advice, counsel" is from c.1400, as it is that of "consultation, seminar."
- Counsel; advice; information.
- Consideration; deliberation; assessment.
(letter.) Counsel; guidance; information.
- (letter.) Consideration; deliberation; consultation.