Related formspro·ba·tion·er·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for probationer
In practice, the judge often declines to do so; they send the probationer back to try again.
Is that the new criterion for acceptance of responsibility by a probationer?
He became a probationer for the Scottish ministry in 1661 just before episcopal government was re-established in Scotland.
In progress of time, Abel Sampson, probationer of divinity, was admitted to the privileges of a preacher.Guy Mannering, or The Astrologer, Complete, Illustrated|Sir Walter Scott
You are only a probationer with one year's leave from college, and, at most, an extension of another year possible.The Preacher of Cedar Mountain|Ernest Thompson Seton
"Either a fool or very, very wise," replied the Probationer.Love Stories|Mary Roberts Rinehart
He was a probationer, a novitiate; this was his second attendance.The Goose Girl|Harold MacGrath