Origin of prentice
OTHER WORDS FROM prenticeun·der·pren·tice, noun
Other definitions for prentice (2 of 2)
How to use prentice in a sentence
It was on the tip of the girls tongue to tell her mother of the visit of Mr. Prentices sister-in-law the evening before.
For even Mrs. Prentices kindness to them had not cleared away all the troubles for Jess Morse.
How shall prentices be bound to pray for him and the honour of the gentlemen shoemakers!
Let your fellow-prentices want no cheer; let wine be plentiful as beer, and beer as water.
Vanish, my tall shoemakers, my nimble brethren; look to my guests, the prentices.