One that advises, such as a person or firm that offers official or professional advice to clients.(noun)
An educator who advises students in academic and personal matters.(noun)
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Use "adviser" in a sentence
"The ˜adviser™ is simply in a position to supplant the child's choice as to what is best for herself with her own choice as her adviser."
"Madden, the Romney spokesman, said: I've never met a voter who walked into a voting booth and pulled a lever for a candidate because they have a certain adviser as part of their campaign team."
"And the WH adviser is wrong, we will remember the mess, especially since part of the mess will be the reform itself."