Definition of Coaching

1. Noun. The job of a professional coach.

Exact synonyms: Coaching Job
Generic synonyms: Employment, Work
Derivative terms: Coach



Definition of Coaching

1. Verb. (present participle of coach) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Coaching

1. coach [v] - See also: coach

Coaching Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coaching

coachbuilders
coachbuilding
coachdog
coachdogs
coached
coachee
coachees
coacher
coachers
coaches
coachfellow
coachfellows
coachful
coachfuls
coachies
coaching (current term)
coaching job
coaching stock
coachless
coachlike
coachload
coachloads
coachmaker
coachmakers
coachman
coachmanship
coachmen
coachroof
coachroofs
coachsmith

Literary usage of Coaching

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Debaters' Manual by Edith M. Phelps (1922)
"coaching' DANGERS AND ADVANTAGES OF coaching.—A great variety of opinion exists as to how much and what kind of coaching should be given to the debaters. ..."

2. Pony Tracks by Frederic Remington (1895)
"coaching IN CHIHUAHUA THAT coaching is a grand sport I cannot deny, for I know almost nothing of it beyond an impression that there is a tremendous amount ..."

3. Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been Sold at Auction (1901)
"3451 coaching. Hissey (JJ) A Drive through England—On the Box ... Tristram (WO) coaching Days and coaching Ways, illustrations by H. Railton and Hugh ..."

4. Biological, Social, and Organizational Components of Success for Women in by National Academy of Sciences (U.S., National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine (U.S. (2006)
"An Integrated coaching and Mentoring Program for University Transformation Diana Bilimoria, Margaret M. Hopkins, Deborah A. O'Neil, and Susan R. Perry, ..."

5. Highways and Horses by Athol Maudslay (1888)
"I INCLUDE under the head of amateur coaching al coaching which is not strictly carried on for the purpos< of pecuniary profit. ..."

6. Working with Youth in High-Risk Environments: Experiences in Prevention edited by Carol E. Marcus, John D. Swisher (1996)
"The Athletes coaching Teens (ACT) program addressed the need for an AOD use prevention program in the Richmond community. ACT is a comprehensive program ..."

7. Rowing and Track Athletics by Samuel Crowther, Arthur Brown Ruhl (1905)
"CHAPTER XI coaching coaching of American crews and scullers — club and college — has been for years and is to-day entirely on a professional basis, ..."

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