"I'm afraid I don't quite understand," said Lady Holme, preserving a quiet air of pupilage.
Is it that the dignity of genius forbids it, or that pupilage is half a disgrace?
She remembered Clarence Copperhead as a full-grown man, beyond, it seemed to her, the age at which pupilage was possible.
A pretty notion the Signorina must form of your enslaved state of pupilage, when she hears you ask that question.
He looked back upon these, as indeed upon all his years of pupilage, as to a time of struggle and hardship.
While his state of pupilage lasted he lived on alms and was bound by the severest vows of obedience and chastity.
The smile which accompanied the words was also new; it signified deliverance from pupilage.
He that has made even a little progress beyond ignorance and pupilage cannot be edified with anything but truth.
During his pupilage, young Trevithick doubtless learned much from that able mechanic.
The above and similar works should be the daily companions of the young student for the first few years of his pupilage.