Meaning of advisably in English:

advisably

Pronunciation /ədˈvʌɪzəbli/

adverb

See advisable

‘We hope we will enjoy some beautiful fall days but advisably you should also be prepared for some rain.’
  • ‘For details, ask the nearest German Embassy or Consulate, advisably before you send the application.’
  • ‘Be on the tower early enough, advisably not later than three to four in the afternoon.’
  • ‘The next move is advisably the idea of getting a transit aspect report.’
  • ‘During one of the conferences a real photo was displayed for about an hour and then an author took it away advisably.’