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Spell check of counseling

Correct spelling: counseling

instruction, counsellor, charge, consulting, centering, counselor, encouraging, focal point, cueing, direction, guidelines, hint, warning, informing, instructing, focusing, counselor-at-law, advising, counselling, tipping off, focussing, briefing, steering, tip, advocate, commission, recommendation, cautioning, conferring, reassurance, guiding, pointer, prompting, input, counsel, management, advocating, directing, pleader, admonishing, recommending, focus, advice, guidance, way, suggesting, notifying.

Examples of usage:

1) He then bade a father's adieu to his son, counseling him to regard Wallace as the light in his path; and, embracing him, they parted. - "The Scottish Chiefs", Jane Porter.

2) For when Eurybiades was deliberating to desert the isle of Salamis, and the gallies of the barbarians putting out by night to sea surrounded and beset the narrow passage and islands, and nobody was aware how they were environed, Aristides, with great hazard, sailed from Aegina through the enemy's fleet; and coming by night to Themistocles's tent, and calling him out by himself; " If we have any discretion," said he, " Themistocles, laying aside at this time our vain and childish contention, let us enter upon a safe and honorable dispute, vying with each other for the preservation of Greece; you in the ruling and commanding, I in the subservient and advising part; even, indeed, as I now understand you to be alone adhering to the best advice, in counseling without any delay to engage in the straits. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.

3) After this, the Athenians not yielding the honor of the day to the Lacedaemonians, nor consenting they should erect a trophy, things were not far from being ruined by dissension amongst the armed Greeks; had not Aristides, by much soothing and counseling the commanders, especially Leocrates and Myronides, pacified and persuaded them to leave the thing to the decision of the Greeks. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.