verb. ['ˈgaɪd'] take somebody somewhere.
- lead astray
Words that Rhyme with Guide
How do you pronounce guide?
Pronounce guide as gaɪd.
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UK - How to pronounce guide in British English
How do you spell guide? Is it giude ?
A common misspelling of guide is giude
Example sentences of the word guide
1. Noun, singular or mass
Check that you understand what is on the GED test before you even crack open a study guide.
2. Verb, base form
Look to the color wheel for guidance on complementary hues and allow that to guide your decision.
Quotes containing the word guide
1. The Guide says there is an art to flying", said Ford, "or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.
- Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything
2. We read books to find out who we are. What other people, real or imaginary, do and think and feel... is an essential guide to our understanding of what we ourselves are and may become.
- Ursula K. Le Guin
3. This is what love does: It makes you want to rewrite the world. It makes you want to choose the characters, build the scenery, guide the plot. The person you love sits across from you, and you want to do everything in your power to make it possible, endlessly possible. And when it’s just the two of you, alone in a room, you can pretend that this is how it is, this is how it will be.
- David Levithan, Every Day
verb. ['ˈgaɪd'] direct the course; determine the direction of travelling.
- pull over
- stand out
- stay in place
verb. ['ˈgaɪd'] be a guiding or motivating force or drive.
noun. ['ˈgaɪd'] someone who shows the way by leading or advising.
- tour guide
noun. ['ˈgaɪd'] a model or standard for making comparisons.
- speech rhythm
noun. ['ˈgaɪd'] someone employed to conduct others.
noun. ['ˈgaɪd'] something that offers basic information or instruction.
- field guide
- vade mecum
- travel guidebook
verb. ['ˈgaɪd'] pass over, across, or through.
noun. ['ˈgaɪd'] someone who can find paths through unexplored territory.
- take away
- natural depression
noun. ['ˈgaɪd'] a structure or marking that serves to direct the motion or positioning of something.