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Guide

Pronunciation of Guide
/ɡˈa͡ɪd/, /ɡˈa‍ɪd/, /ɡ_ˈaɪ_d/

Synonyms for guide

angel (noun)

angel, archangel, cherub, daemon, demon, guardian, guardian angel, guru, spirit, Cherubim, Seraphim.

teacher (noun)

advisor, coach, counselor, educator, guru, headmaster, instructor, lecturer, master, mentor, professor, schoolmaster, schoolmistress, teacher, trainer, tutor.

Sense 1 (noun)

assist, benefit, captain, conductor, convoy, courier, director, escort, explorer, get behind, get through, help, help out, leader, modernist, nurse, pioneer, superintendent, support, vanguard.

Sense 2 (noun)

come, deliver, design, example, haul off, model, pattern, walk.

Sense 3 (noun)

command, govern, look after, manage, route, shepherd, supervise, watch over.

Sense 4 (noun)

control, jockey, preach, urge, would, enjoin someone to do something, give someone a steer.

Sense 5 (noun)

advance, budge, manhandle, propel, roll, shunt.

Sense 6 (noun)

adviser, consultant, council, Dutch Uncle, elder, back seat driver, career coach, careline.

Sense 7 (noun)

agitator, balance, blower, boiler, calculator, carriage, charger, compressor, converter, convertor.

Sense 8 (noun)

attraction, beauty spot, ecotourism, gondolier, high season, agritourism, heritage center.

Sense 9 (noun)

almanac, annual, anthology, atlas, authority, autobiography, bible, biography, bestseller, blook.

Sense 10 (noun)

baseline, criterion, gauge, par, quality, rating, standard, quality assurance.

Sense 11 (noun)

bathe, bend, catch, filter, flood, focus, reflect, waver.

angel (noun)

angel, archangel, cherub, daemon, demon, guardian, guardian angel, spirit, Cherubim, Seraphim.

guide (noun)

channelise, channelize, conduct, direct, draw, guide on, guidebook, head, lead, maneuver, manoeuvre, pass, pathfinder, point, run, scout, steer, take, template, templet, usher.

information, instructions (noun)

abcs, beacon, bellwether, bible, catalog, clue, compendium, directory, enchiridion, guidebook, guiding light, handbook, key, landmark, manual, mark, marker, pointer, print, sign, signal, signpost, telltale, vade mecum, no-no's, the book, the numbers, tip-off, chapter and verse, hot lead.

something that or someone who leads (noun)

adviser, attendant, captain, chaperon, cicerone, conductor, controller, convoy, counselor, criterion, design, director, escort, example, exemplar, exhibitor, genius, guru, ideal, inspiration, lead, leader, lodestar, mentor, model, monitor, paradigm, pathfinder, pattern, pilot, pioneer, rudder, scout, standard, superintendent, teacher, usher, vanguard, Docent, Genie, guiding spirit.

teacher (noun)

advisor, coach, counselor, educator, guru, headmaster, instructor, lecturer, master, mentor, professor, schoolmaster, schoolmistress, teacher, trainer, tutor.

advise (verb)

admonish, advise, advocate, brief, caution, confer, consult, counsel, cue, direct, encourage, inform, instruct, notify, prompt, recommend, suggest, warn.

direct, lead (verb)

accompany, advise, attend, command, conduct, contrive, control, counsel, coxswain, educate, engineer, govern, handle, influence, instruct, manage, maneuver, marshal, navigate, oversee, quarterback, regulate, route, rule, see, shepherd, show, spearhead, steer, superintend, supervise, sway, teach, train, show the way, have a handle on, trailblaze.

indicate (verb)

alert, beckon, betoken, brand, denote, designate, flag, gesticulate, gesture, indicate, label, mark, motion, nod, note, nudge, point, point out, shrug, signal, stamp, symbolize, tag, ticket, wave, wink, cue, notify, prompt.

navigate (verb)

cruise, drift, float, maneuver, navigate, pilot, sail.

teach (verb)

drill, edify, educate, enlighten, imbue, inculcate, indoctrinate, instill, lecture, school, teach, train, coach, instruct, tutor.

Polaris

polestar.

Sense 1

abet, accompany, aid, ally, assist, bail out, beauty spot, benefit, bible, budge, captain, carry through, courier, disturb, funnel, get behind, get through, gondolier, help, help out, holiday resort, holiday season, index, leader, lend, manage, manhandle, mecca, oblige, patron, pattern, peak season, phrase book, preach, prescribe, propel, pump, put out, render, resort, restrain, serve, showplace, sight, straighten out, succor, tour guide, tourism, touristy, travel agency, travel agent, unfrequented, would, high season, see through, agritourism, give of, heritage center, holiday village, interpretation center, low season, rally around, reach out to, spoon-feed, tour operator, tourist attraction, tourist board, tourist trap, tourist visa, travel warning, visitor center, whale watching.

Sense 2

attraction, companion, conductor, flip, get off, hand out, jockey, model, roll, scrape, shepherd, shunt, support, tourist, walk, well-traveled.

Sense 3

blow, escort, landmark, season, sweep, urge.

Sense 4

law.

Sense 6

scratch.

Sense 8

advance.

Sense 9

director.

counselor

adviser.

flare

beacon.

guardian

outrider.

innovator

modernist.

liturgy

prayer book.

membrane

fin.

protection

safe-conduct.

translator

interpreter.

Usage examples for guide

  1. Shall I take him for a guide? – Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846 by James Richardson
  2. I will guide you! – Beasts, Men and Gods by Ferdinand Ossendowski
  3. Here is Talila; she will guide you." – Mae Madden by Mary Murdoch Mason
  4. " Because the guide book says there will," replied Rollo. – Rollo in Switzerland by Jacob Abbott
  5. It isn't that we can make you or guide you- I'm not pretending to be an inspiration- but- but we can release you. – Marriage by H. G. Wells

Idioms for guide

  1. guide around;
  2. guide away;
  3. guide sth away;
  4. guide sm away from sm or sth;
  5. guide sm around sth;

Quotes for guide

  1. People come in with business plans and, I mean I know that no one is going to meet everything they say in a business plan but you got to have something to, to guide towards.
  2. I wouldn't have thought of myself as a person who could guide anybody and then it turned out that I can.
  3. Hope is generally a wrong guide, though it is good company along the way.
  4. I really had little interest in becoming famous. When I write my book, it will be my guide to avoid becoming a rock star.

Rhymes for guide

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