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used in Fearless

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someone who guides and advises another who is less experienced; or the act of providing such guidance
  • But Adam never degraded the new guys—he mentored them.
    p. 252.4
  • When Adam had been working on his workbook in drug rehab three months earlier, he had answered the question "Name the spiritual mentors in your life" with three names: Grandma Brown, Aunt Becky, and Ryan Whited.
    p. 62.5
  • But a call to Shawn, Adam's original hero and moral mentor, meant the most.
    p. 104.8
  • Harley experienced Blade's celebrity firsthand when he paired up with Adam for winter warfare training in Virginia as well as some one-on-one mentoring.
    p. 146.3
  • Leads, mentors, and sets the example—The Definition of a Team Player: Advance to First Class.
    p. 162.3
  • While Adam was not ranked at the top, his personal recommendations were superb, so he was quickly drafted into the same squadron his friend and mentor Chief Harley had been in years before.
    p. 212.3
  • He mentored me.
    p. 252.4
  • Then, for nearly two hours, Adam's friends, teammates, and spiritual mentors took their places at the podium to share verses from the ballad that was Adam Brown's life.
    p. 296.0

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