instructor

[ in-struhk-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF instructor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSTRUCTOR

In this tedious and protracted inquiry he had no instructor, nor assistant, nor adviser.

"No, it isn't dangerous at all," the instructor answered hastily.

"Observe how they make their living," the instructor continued.

"A very good point you have brought out," the instructor said.

"That is one purpose our bracelets serve," the instructor answered.

Reassured at the sight of the youth, but angry, the instructor moved into the alley.

They looked at the brown native, then at the body of the instructor on the floor.

There was only one gate, to which the instructor led the class.

The instructor hitched the Thor gun a little higher on his hip.

He patted the Thor gun which the instructor was buckling to his waist.

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