Jessica, a pro-domme in her late twenties, apprenticed at a dungeon before striking out on her own.
Moriyama, among the photographers most widely exhibited in the U.S., had apprenticed to both Hosoe and Tomatsu.
Likewise the English immigrant John is 11 when he goes off to be apprenticed.
From his boyhood Bass wanted to be a sailor, but was apprenticed, sorely against his will, to a Boston apothecary.
Ben did not like to be apprenticed to any of the tradesmen that he met.
The schoolroom had not very many charms for him, and at fifteen he was apprenticed to a saddler, with whom he remained two years.
I was apprenticed to a barber in London, and served seven years.
This was how he came to be apprenticed to Hudson, the painter.
I was born in 1797, near Bristol, and was apprenticed to a cabinet-maker.
Why, 'tis old Fezziwig, to whom I was apprenticed—he is alive again!
c.1300, from Old French aprentiz "someone learning" (13c., Modern French apprenti, taking the older form as a plural), also as an adjective, "unskilled, inexperienced," from aprendre (Modern French apprendre) "to learn; to teach," contracted from Latin apprehendere (see apprehend). Shortened form prentice long was more usual in English.
1630s, from apprentice (n.). Related: Apprenticed; apprenticing.