apprentice

Part of speech: noun

Apprenticeship.

Part of speech: verb

To bind as an apprentice.

Part of speech: noun

One who is bound to serve another in order to learn a trade; a learner; beginner.

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Usage examples "apprentice":

  1. In fact, he was nothing more nor less than an apprentice to his master. - "Stories of New Jersey", Frank Richard Stockton.
  2. No one may make any hat unless he has served as apprentice for at least seven years. - "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed.", S. A. Reilly.
  3. You're the son of old Tuttle, who used to be foreman of the machine shop when I was doing my apprentice work. - "Torchy", Sewell Ford.