Examples of instructor in a Sentence
He's a poetry instructor at a local community college.
had spent most of his adulthood as an instructor in the local school system
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The camp’s instructor, Tiffany Hendren, hovers by the soundboard as the teenagers take turns with the headphones.
Tuition charges stop after eight months — and there are instructors online 16 hours a day for help and advice.
Michael Burrows, a doctoral candidate and research assistant at Duke University, said the contributions of graduate students as instructors and researchers should afford them the same basic rights as any other employee at a university.
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Brian Woeber, a Decatur native and an instructor pilot at Wheeler Army Airfield in Hawaii, was among five soldiers aboard a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter taking part in training exercises last Tuesday.
The Lodge’s kitchen is home to Penny’s corner, where Baby discovers the dance instructor, played by Cynthia Rhodes, huddled and crying in the film.
Born in Chicago, raised on her grandparents’ farm in Canaanville, Ohio, Layne worked as a milliner’s model and a dance instructor to put herself through New York’s American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Rounding out the golf experience is the Golf Performance Center, featuring some of the nation’s top instructors like Jack Lumpkin, Mike Shannon, and Gale Peterson.
Rangers first-base coach Hector Ortiz, the team’s former minor-league catching instructor, said no one had the quick feet and release of his fellow Puerto Rican Rodriguez.
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First Known Use of instructor
Synonymseducationist [chiefly British], educator, teacher, pedagogue (also pedagog), preceptor, schoolteacher
Related Wordsheadmaster, master, rector, schoolmaster; headmistress, instructress, mistress [chiefly British], schoolmarm (or schoolma'am), schoolmistress; coach, guide, guru, preparer, trainer; mentor, tutor, tutoress; drillmaster, inculcator; dean, docent, doctor, don, prof, professor, regius professor; academe, academic, academician, didact, pedant; governess, homeschooler; intern (also interne), practice teacher, reader, student teacher; catechist, lecturer, moralizer, preacher
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