01. The tourists were all led onto the bus by their tour [guide].
02. We went on a [guided] tour of the city on the first day of our trip.
03. If you buy this incredible new exercise machine today, we'll throw in a 200-page workout [guide] as a bonus, at no extra cost.
04. The child [guided] his parents to his secret hiding place behind the couch.
05. Gollum helped to [guide] Frodo and Sam to the Black Gate at the entrance to Mordor.
06. A popular travel [guide] notes that part of the appeal of visiting the African nation of Djibouti is that it does not see many travelers.
07. Her behavior is [guided] by her strong belief in God.
08. The [guide] was able to point out many things in the exhibition that we would have overlooked had we gone through the museum on our own.
09. As a general [guide], you should give yourself at least 5 days to complete the hike.
10. The police [guided] the Vice-President through the angry crowd.
11. The young boys were able to find their way back to their campsite after getting lost while hiking by using the stars as their [guide].
12. He phoned the computer help desk, and the person there was able to [guide] him through the process of setting up his e-mail account.
13. A Welsh proverb tells us that reason is the wise man's [guide], example the fool's.
14. Jorge Luis Borges once said that writing is nothing more than a [guided] dream.
15. Ninon de Lenclos once suggested that a sensible woman should be [guided] by her head when taking a husband, and by her heart when taking a lover.
16. Louis Farrakhan once stated that history is our [guide], and without a knowledge of history, we are lost.
17. Edward Halifax once advised that hope is generally a wrong [guide], though it is very good company by the way.
18. Patrick Henry once said, "I have but one lamp by which my feet are [guided], and that is the lamp of experience."
19. Anzia Yezierska once observed that the power that makes the grass grow, fruit ripen, and [guides] the bird in flight is in us all.
20. Che Guevara once stated that the true revolutionary is [guided] by a great feeling of love.
21. David Hume once said that custom is the great [guide] of human life.
22. W. Somerset Maugham once noted that tradition is a [guide], and not a jailer.
23. Shakti Gawain once said that every time you don't follow your inner [guidance], you feel a loss of energy, loss of power, a sense of spiritual deadness.
24. I always looked to my father for [guidance] when I was growing up.
25. Jason has made a lot of improvement under the [guidance] of his new coach.
26. A small boat was sent out into the bay to [guide] the cruise ship into the harbor.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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