apprenticeship[ uh-pren-tis ]SEE DEFINITION OF apprenticeship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRENTICESHIP
At the expiration of his apprenticeship, in 1832, he came to Ohio.
As far as I can make out the period of apprenticeship is much too long.
Of his apprenticeship, and the first years of his career, no records exist.
Elsie smiled, and disclaimed any intention of apprenticeship.
He liked the work just as little as he had in the beginning of his apprenticeship.
We must serve an apprenticeship to the art of self-government.
This is how I served my apprenticeship in the composition of songs.
But this first apprenticeship to sorrow went deep into the man.
On the expiry of his apprenticeship he worked for some time as a journeyman plumber.
Thus, at fourteen, he had completed his first apprenticeship, and had learned his first trade.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR APPRENTICESHIP
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