educate[ ej-oo-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF educate
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Basil Kendall was well educated, and had done what he could to educate his children.
Why, then, did the Great Teacher not educate His followers fully?
He believed that he was chosen by God to educate, guide and discipline the German people.
But then again, when I contemplate any of those who pretend to educate others, I am amazed.
But do you wish to live for the sake of your children, that you may rear and educate them?
Then again, we know that the masses are not our masters, and that they are more likely to become so if we educate them.
And here too let us educate our sons, if sons are born to us.
Most certainly the latter, Socrates; I try to educate them, as you say, myself; and with good reason.
(I exclaimed): you mean to say you educate your bailiffs to that extent?
Out of a hundred women, ninety educate their husbands to suit themselves.