How to use pupilage in a sentence
The aristocratic friends of the young man would never allow him to see her more, and he was weak enough to be put in pupilage.The Mysteries of Montreal | Charlotte Fuhrer
He looked back upon these, as indeed upon all his years of pupilage, as to a time of struggle and hardship.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam | Ephraim Emerton
Tyroc′iny, pupilage (see Tirocinium); Ty′ronism, state of being a tyro.
"I'm afraid I don't quite understand," said Lady Holme, preserving a quiet air of pupilage.The Woman With The Fan | Robert Hichens
Most of us were shy to speak out in that presence, feeling ourselves in a state of pupilage.Four Americans | Henry A. Beers