Upon the suggestion of a mentor, I quit taking guys' numbers and would only put females' numbers in my phone.
His mentor, Imam Khomeini, saturated Iranian households with cassette tapes before his return from exile.
Bad publicity surrounding Hasan's mentor may rebound, to Saleh's embarrassment.
His duties will include being a “mentor” to the young players.
I can help a young player with what I went through with being more of a mentor, but I'm not necessarily a coach.
That Caspar Brooke—his friend, his mentor, almost his hero—should not have been able to live with his wife was bad enough!
For once let us be your mentors—you who have always been the mentor of others.
Then Minerva assumed the form and voice of mentor, and presently made a covenant of peace between the two contending parties.
"I understand you, and I do not think you silly at all," said her mentor.
His mentor is ready in the shape of a third-season man, and under his protecting influence he sallies forth.
"wise advisor," 1750, from Greek Mentor, friend of Odysseus and adviser of Telemachus (but often actually Athene in disguise) in the "Odyssey," perhaps ultimately meaning "adviser," because the name appears to be an agent noun of mentos "intent, purpose, spirit, passion" from PIE *mon-eyo- (cf. Sanskrit man-tar- "one who thinks," Latin mon-i-tor "one who admonishes"), causative form of root *men- "to think" (see mind (n.)). The general use of the word probably is via later popular romances, in which Mentor played a larger part than he does in Homer.
1888, from mentor (n.). Related: Mentored; mentoring.
CAI language. "Computer Systems for Teaching Complex Concepts", Report 1742, BBN, Mar 1969.