Professor and Tutor


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Professor noun – Someone who is a member of the faculty at a college or university.
Tutor is a synonym for professor in instructor topic. In some cases you can use "Tutor" instead a noun "Professor", when it comes to topics like educator, lector, person who teaches college courses.
Nearby Words: profession, professional, professed, professorial, prof
Synonyms for Professor


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Tutor noun – A person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.).
Professor is a synonym for tutor in instructor topic. You can use "Professor" instead a noun "Tutor", if it concerns topics such as educator, lector.
Nearby Words: tutored, tutorial, tutoring, tutorship, tutorage
Synonyms for Tutor

How words are described

old old professor old tutor
female female professor female tutor
liberal liberal professor liberal tutor
poor poor professor poor tutor
Other adjectives: actual, real, little, black, young, new, political, former, titular, elderly, middle-aged, magical, greek, mild-mannered.

Both words in one sentence

  • Sextra Credit The student made one of these offers to her male professor, but he didn't understand the offer and simply told her where to find a tutor.
    Source: Sextra Credit
  • Literature / The Chronicles of Narnia Author Avatar: Professor Kirke, admitted by Lewis himself, although Kirke is also an avatar of Lewis's own old tutor, W. T.
  • Token Adult In an episode called "The Dragon and the Professor", Eliza Thornberry is dying to see a komodo dragon, but her plans are halted by her tutor who wants her to do homework.
    Source: Token Adult
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