Coun"sel*a*ble (-?-b'l), a. [Written also counsellable.]

1.

Willing to receive counsel or follow advice.

[R.]

Few men of so great parts were upon all occasions more counselable than he. Clarendon.

2.

Suitable to be advised; advisable, wise.

[Obs.]

He did not believe it counselable. Clarendon.

 

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