Definition of instruction :
1. Direction; order; command.
2. Precept; information; teachings.
3. That which instructs, or with which one is instructed; the intelligence or information imparted
4. The act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with knowledge; information.
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advice (part of speech: noun)
direction, advice, guidance, pointer, news, monition, caution, message, prompt, briefing, advocacy, encouragement, suggestion, cue, tip, information, recommendation, warning, caveat, clue, hint, intelligence
instruction (part of speech: noun)
education (part of speech: noun)
- Perhaps your conscience needs instruction. - "From Jest to Earnest", E. P. Roe.
- The Presidents had issued an instruction that no one should speak out of his turn, and if prevented on the regular day should lose his right altogether. - "Letters From Rome on the Council", Johann Joseph Ignaz von DÃ¶llinger.
- She had said at home that she believed it would be possible for her to earn her living without special instruction, and it seemed to her, that if she now asked for advice it would be like getting special training, though in a small degree. - "Patty's Success", Carolyn Wells.