The interne accompanied them to the gate and beyond, but everywhere was silence.
At bruncheon Bobby Winslow, now an interne, talked baseball with Carl.
Although he went on at once with his conversation with the interne, he still heard the click of her heels about the room.
What—then he turned at the entrance of the interne with the batteries.
“The floor was deserted for about ten minutes,” an interne recalled.
A young blond man in an interne's gray uniform entered the room.
Rastignac watched over him, and Bianchon, then an interne, attended him.
Kennon's voice was gentle but the interne flushed a dull red.
The interne summoned the Nurse into the hall with a jerk of his head.
You were not like that, not so long ago, when you were interne at L——.
interne in·terne (ĭn'tûrn')
Variant of intern.