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[ɡˈa͡ɪdəns], [ɡˈa‍ɪdəns], [ɡ_ˈaɪ_d_ə_n_s]

Synonyms for Guidance:

advice (noun)

advice, advocacy, briefing, caution, caveat, clue, cue, direction, encouragement, hint, information, instruction, intelligence, message, monition, news, pointer, prompt, recommendation, suggestion, tip, warning.

education (noun)

edification, education, enlightenment, schooling, teaching, training, tutelage.

Other synonyms and related words:

Inducible, Providence, abetment, accusation, adjuration, administer, administering, administrate, administration, admonishment, admonition, advisement, adviser, advising, advocate, aegis, aerobatics, aerospace, affect, aid, aim, aiming, air-to-air, airborne, airdrop, airlift, airspeed, allot, approval, arrangement, assess, augury, auspice, auspices, authority, backing, beneficence, bossism, bum steer, burden, business dealing, captaincy, care, carry, catechization, causative, centering, championship, charge, charity, classes, coaching, command, commission, compass, concern, conduct, conducting, conduction, consultation, contrivance, control, conveyance, council, counsel, counseling, counselling, counsellor, counselor, counselor-at-law, countenance, course, cunning practice, cure, custodianship, custody, cynosure, deal, destiny, didactics, direct, directing, directions, directorate, directorship, dispense, dispose, dissuasion, distribute, divine intervention, do, dole out, domination, drill, drilling, enforcement work, enlightening, example, execution, exemplar, exhortation, expostulation, fate, favor, favour, finagle, focus, focusing, focussing, follow, fortune, fosterage, get by, goodwill, govern, governance, governing, government, governorship, grapple, guard, guardianship, gubernation, guide, guideline, guidelines, guiding, guiding star, hand, handle, handling, hands, head, headship, helm, helmsman, help, helpful suggestions, heuristic, homily, hortation, husbandry, idea, illumination, improvement, inaugural, indoctrination, inductive, influence, initiative, input, instruct, instructing, intendance, interest, introductory, judgement, jurisdiction, karma, keeping, kismet, lead, leadership, leading, learning, legislation, legislature, lessons, lighthouse, load star, lode star, lot, manage, management, managery, managing, manipulation, marine, method, ministry, model, nautical, navigation, navigational, needle, operating, operation, opinion, opsimathy, order, ordering, oversight, parley, pastorage, pastorate, pastorship, patronage, pattern, pedagogics, pedagogy, persuasion, persuasive, piece of advice, pilot, pilotage, pleader, pointing, pole star, power, precedent, preliminary, preparation, preparatory, presidency, private teaching, programmed instruction, prompting, proposal, protection, protectorate, protectorship, reassurance, recursive, reeducation, regulation, reins, reins of government, remonstrance, research, rudder, rule, running, safe hands, sanction, seconding, self-instruction, self-teaching, skillful treatment, sponsorship, spoon-feeding, standard, steer, steerage, steering, steermate, steersman, stewardship, study, superintendence, superintendency, supervise, supervising, supervision, support, surveillance, sway, sympathy, tempting, thought, tuition, tutorage, tutorial, tutoring, tutorship, uplifting, urging, usage, view, ward, wardenship, wardship, watch and ward, way, wing, wire-puller.

Rhymes for Guidance:

  1. subsidence, abidance;

Quotes for Guidance:

  1. Every time you don't follow your inner guidance you feel a loss of energy, loss of power, a sense of spiritual deadness. Shakti Gawain.
  2. I believe that the fight against crime starts in the home. Parents must take responsibility for their children and show them love and guidance from an early age so they learn to respect the rights of others. Blanche Lincoln.
  3. In war, when a commander becomes so bereft of reason and perspective that he fails to understand the dependence of arms on Divine guidance he no longer deserves victory. Lucius Annaeus Seneca.