noun, verb Informal.
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Origin of prentice
OTHER WORDS FROM prenticeun·der·pren·tice, noun
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“During the dry season, women ate more green leafy vegetables,” Prentice said.
Mrs. Prentice had implanted a soft little kiss on Jesss forehead and shaken her a little playfully by both shoulders.
So this was the rich Mrs. Prentice, whom they said really backed Centerports newest venture in the newspaper field?
But thats better than I can get for the same sort of a cottage in this very vicinity, exclaimed Mrs. Prentice.
If I was a younger man, Mrs. Prentice, I would take hold of your property and get you twenty-five per cent.
Mrs. Prentice eyed him in a way that would have made a person with a thinner skin writhe a little.