Benefitting from careful prior advice or counsel(adjective)
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Use "well-advised" in a sentence
""Considering Nevada's unemployment stands at 13%, Senator Reid would be well-advised to get his mind off sex and onto getting America's economy back on track," National Republican Senatorial Committee Communications Director Brian Walsh said in a statement to CNN."
"Those who wish to condemn Assange would be well-advised to watch the documentary film, The Most Dangerous Man in America."
"Still, citizens of states where fracking is pending or present, would be well-advised to read Ingraffea's letter to learn what they are in for, should fracking proceed."