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prentice

1

[ pren-tis ]

noun

, Informal.


Prentice

2

[ pren-tis ]

noun

  1. a male given name.

prentice

/ ˈprɛntɪs /

noun

  1. an archaic word for apprentice


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Other Words From

  • under·prentice noun
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Word History and Origins

Origin of prentice1

1250–1300; Middle English; aphetic form of apprentice
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Example Sentences

Prentice recognized that making their equipment freely available would accelerate broader innovation necessary to extend the cold chain globally.

“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.

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