apprentice[ uh-pren-tis ]SEE DEFINITION OF apprentice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRENTICE
The Assistant Commissioner interrupted the apprentice statesman.
His son William has been with me this winter, and goes in May to be an apprentice to a mason.
The chauffeur began to supply the wants of his machine with the help of an apprentice.
I understood, Marzak, that thou art sailing with us as apprentice.
The apprentice's face appeared to me to say all that, and he had an honest face.
When he got there, the apprentice would split his time between them.
I'd have him apprentice your brother to a decent trade or a light business.
There was one apprentice who always did the marketing for us.
I was an apprentice at Madama's for five years, and then began to work for myself.
He had heard of a tailor's apprentice becoming a great general.