instruct[ in-struhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF instruct
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSTRUCT
He was now to be sent into the forecastle, and was ordered to instruct me in my duty.
Pray for him; instruct him; pour light into the darkness of his mind.
I will instruct thee, and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go.'
Alice frequently thought it necessary to instruct her mother.
He told his assistant to instruct Frank where to go and what to do.
It struck me that he despised them while he condescended to instruct them.
Panaumbe replied: "If you will come and dine with me, I will instruct you."
Panaumbe said: "If you will come and dine with me, I will instruct you."
To make mankind happy and free, it should suffice to instruct them.
There will soon be no babies for you to instruct either in materialism or socialism.