verb (used with object), ap·pren·ticed, ap·pren·tic·ing.
verb (used without object), ap·pren·ticed, ap·pren·tic·ing.
Origin of apprentice
Related formsap·pren·tice·ship, nounun·ap·pren·ticed, adjective
Examples from the Web for apprenticed
Likewise the English immigrant John is 11 when he goes off to be apprenticed.
Moriyama, among the photographers most widely exhibited in the U.S., had apprenticed to both Hosoe and Tomatsu.
Jessica, a pro-domme in her late twenties, apprenticed at a dungeon before striking out on her own.
At fourteen he was apprenticed to a blacksmith, and for several years worked at this trade at Ilkley.
He had, it appears, been for three months apprenticed to a printer.Les Misrables|Victor Hugo
The lower order of persons in Virginia, in a great measure, sprang from these apprenticed servants and from poor exiled culprits.'
He decided to go to sea, and to avoid this he was apprenticed to his brother James, who was a printer.Wisconsin in Story and Song;|Various
However, the eldest boy had apprenticed himself to a carpenter, and he worked with him well and merrily till his time was out.The Fairy Ring|Various