directing

directing
adjective
showing the way by conducting or leading; imposing direction on (Freq. 1)
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felt his mother's directing arm around him

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the directional role of science on industrial progress

Syn: ↑directional, ↑directive, ↑guiding
Similar to: ↑leading
Derivationally related forms: ↑directive (for: ↑directive), ↑directiveness (for: ↑directive), ↑directivity (for: ↑directive), ↑direct (for: ↑directive)

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