advisedly

Part of speech: adverb

With forethought or advice; not hastily.

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Usage examples "advisedly":

  1. For his refusal to recognise Pennyloaf he had absolutely no grounds, save- I use the words advisedly- an aristocratic prejudice. - "The Nether World", George Gissing.
  2. We say dinner advisedly, for the angler should always have a good sound dinner after a day's fishing, as however pleasant the work may have been, still it is exhausting to the body, and a rough tea, though good in itself, cannot pretend to have the reviving elements in it that a substantial dinner has. - "Scotch Loch-Fishing", AKA Black Palmer, William Senior.
  3. I use the word 'heavenly' advisedly; and I call friendship the most spiritual of the affections, because even one's kindred, in partaking of our flesh and blood, become, in a manner, mixed up with our entire being. - "Leigh Hunt's Relations with Byron, Shelley and Keats", Barnette Miller.