advisement[ad vīz′mənt, əd-]
advisement definition by Webster's New World
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Origin: Middle English and amp; Old French avisement ; from aviser, advise
advisement definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Careful consideration: Your request will be taken under advisement.
advisement - Phrases/Idioms
take under advisement
to consider carefully