Synonyms for mentors
Antonyms for mentors
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MENTORS
For once let us be your mentors—you who have always been the mentor of others.
These crews, when they began to adopt training, employed watermen as mentors.
Tut-tut, dear lad, that is not the way to speak of our mentors and preceptors.
Men admire you in the ball-room, say the mentors and mentoresses, but they choose a wife from the home-circle.
The old guard were naturally the mentors, and it was a pleasure to watch the skill with which they performed their tasks.
And he hoped Sam hadn't gotten too blistered by his mentors when he returned home after fluffing the inquiry he was sent out on.
Good Habits: Mentors and servants that regulate your sleep, your work and your thought.
But we do not know if these gestures of natural courtesy are such as our mentors would approve.
A moment later the mentors went away, where, or how far, Frank could only guess.
His hands were then bound behind his back, and half a dozen mentors accompanied him on his trip.
"wise advisor," 1750, from Greek Mentor, friend of Odysseus and adviser of Telemachus (but often actually Athene in disguise) in the "Odyssey," perhaps ultimately meaning "adviser," because the name appears to be an agent noun of mentos "intent, purpose, spirit, passion" from PIE *mon-eyo- (cf. Sanskrit man-tar- "one who thinks," Latin mon-i-tor "one who admonishes"), causative form of root *men- "to think" (see mind (n.)). The general use of the word probably is via later popular romances, in which Mentor played a larger part than he does in Homer.