teach[ teech ]SEE DEFINITION OF teach
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEACH
But I love children, you know, and I like to teach interesting studies.
I'll teach a set of lawyers to come playing the Jew to my young men.
No President, no government, can teach us to remember what is best in what we are.
Coax him to let you teach him—and bear with him if he should sing out of tune.
She began at once to teach her music: the sooner a beginning was made the better!
It was on the major's lips to say 'He has sent you to teach it to me, Mark!'
We pray thee to teach us so to live that we may all meet some day in our Father's house.
It is a fool's plan to teach a man to be a cur in peace, and think that he will be a lion in war.
But there was nobody to teach her the delicate graces and gentle virtues of a woman.
"If you will ride in a hammock, you ought to teach your men to shoot," was Kingozi's greeting.