tutor[ too-ter, tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tutor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TUTOR
I don't apprehend that a young nobleman ever broke his heart after his tutor.
He graduated at Yale college, and was subsequently a tutor in that institution.
He came to Weimar with a tutor to learn German when I happened to be living there.
She was the daughter of his Cambridge tutor—penniless, pretty, and musical.
I had no tutor to direct me or take any of the responsibility off me.
I called on the tutor this morning, and I told him of my intention to work.
After some hesitation my tutor fixed on the part of Cordelia.
But how should a tutor or secretary be in possession of his employer's money?
His first impression of his tutor was one of insignificance.
Sincerity and plain-speaking were to govern the relation of tutor and pupil.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TUTOR
- apply oneself
- bone up
- brood over
- burn midnight oil
- bury oneself in
- crack the books
- dive into
- go into
- go over
- hit the books
- learn the ropes
- mull over
- polish up
- pore over
- read up
- think out
- think over