plebe[ pleeb ]SEE DEFINITION OF plebe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLEBE
Not since his probation as a plebe, had he consorted with such a bunch of "hush-mouths."
Before this change the life of the plebe on the summer cruise was not a bed of roses.
There won't even a plebe speak to him, 'cept me an' you an' Injun.
The plebe ducked; he was quick and agile in body as he was in mind.
The plebe turned, exhausted though he was, and headed for it.
And besides, Bull had sworn to haze that plebe, and he meant to do it.
He found the plebe, and got right to work to say what he had to say.
Many a plebe's nightmares are punctuated with just such periods as these.
The figure in blue, however, was the only one the plebe saw.
But that's the first time I ever heard of a plebe playing tricks on yearlings.