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coached

adjective as in managed

adjective as in taught

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Jason did as he was coached, and not surprisingly, he lost the girl.

The veteran 36-year-old striker was the star of the 2006 World Cup German team that Klinsmann coached, and is a total ball hawk.

The armed men there are coached and funded by Moscow, and backed up by tens of thousands of Russian troops just across the border.

And the other hypothesis was that she was coached or influenced by her mother.

Or look at Ray McCallum, who coached Houston to a 44-73 record in 2000-04.

Coached since childhood in social responsibility, he thought of it now.

Gillespie coached him on parliamentary matters, and in time the reports became technically as well as artistically good.

Bemolle himself was nervous about it, but the Professor (who knew as much about business as Anne-Marie) had coached him.

Indeed, Mr. McCrea had "coached" her son in mathematics, and had been most helpful in securing the appointment.

And every man he coached in the task was something approaching a traitor if he abandoned that particular machine for another.

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On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coached, such as: accomplished, civilized, cultured, enlightened, informed, and intelligent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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