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synonyms for coached

  • teach
  • train
  • tutor
  • cram
  • drill
  • educate
  • hone
  • prepare
  • ready
  • school
  • break in
  • lay it out for
  • lick into shape
  • pull one's coat
  • put through the grind
  • put through the mill
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antonyms for coached

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  • learn
  • accept
  • listen
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How to use coached in a sentence

Coached since childhood in social responsibility, he thought of it now.
THE STATUS CIVILIZATIONROBERT SHECKLEY
Gillespie coached him on parliamentary matters, and in time the reports became technically as well as artistically good.
MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
Bemolle himself was nervous about it, but the Professor (who knew as much about business as Anne-Marie) had coached him.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Indeed, Mr. McCrea had "coached" her son in mathematics, and had been most helpful in securing the appointment.
TO THE FRONTCHARLES KING
And every man he coached in the task was something approaching a traitor if he abandoned that particular machine for another.
THE HERO OF PANAMAF. S. BRERETON
He had "coached" Maitland, though he usually took no pupils, and remained his friend and counsellor.
THE MARK OF CAINANDREW LANG
It was an easy task, and even the tenderfoot scout of the troop might have accomplished such a proposition without being coached.
STORM-BOUNDALAN DOUGLAS
Wonota had to be coached over and over again in her scenes with Mr. Grand and Miss Keith.
RUTH FIELDING ON THE ST. LAWRENCEALICE B. EMERSON
Evidently Pat had not been properly coached, and hoped to pull through by natural assurance.
STEP LIVELY!GEORGE NIBLO
He was coming furiously, and had he been better coached at the start he might have even given the winner a run for the goal.
FRED FENTON ON THE TRACKALLEN CHAPMAN
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