Thought out; considered. Often used in combination: well-advised; ill-advised. (adjective)
Informed: Keep me advised of further developments. (adjective)
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Use "advised" in a sentence
"_I have advised, _ _I have been (was) advised_, etc."
"He therefore advised -- no, not _advised_; for with some minds if you _advise_ you are not listened to, if you command you are obeyed -- he commanded that his patient should have his madeira always decanted into the curious beaker, for certain galvanic advantages that every knowing porter-drinker is aware of: Erasmus emptied a decanter of madeira into the beaker to show that it held more than a quart."
"Cannot arranging member licensed, he / she term advised the a, in and price."