View definitions for probationary



Discover More

Example Sentences

Facebook’s latest attempt to slow disinformation means probation for groupsFacebook offers ways to export your own profile data so you have a copy, and even a tool for moving your photos to competing services.

The company blocked live video and put some group posts on probation, requiring moderator approvals if group members have too many rule violations.

Apple has since placed its partner on probation and won’t give them new business until corrective action is completed.

From Fortune

In addition to completing probation, in both states, previously convicted felons must pay court-ordered fines or restitution before their right to vote will be restored.

Weinstock said the organization remains under disciplinary probation and review.

The probationary status would be good for six years and could then be renewed after payment of another $500 penalty.

Those granted probationary status would not be eligible for government benefits during the decadelong wait.

And give “probationary legal status” to the 11 million — not on the day the bill is signed but on the day the fence is completed.

They found themselves hinting that he should engage in politics as well, when his probationary years were over.

Pupils then offered: they were engaged for three years, the first year to be strictly probationary.

During two years, the congregation at Daventry was supplied by neighbouring ministers and probationary candidates.

He entered on his probationary services in May, 1848, and was ordained in the month of April in the following year.

When a prisoner has served his time in irons, he is removed to a probationary gang; that which I am describing is an ironed gang.

Synonym of the day

Which one is a synonym for ditch?Get the answer

Start each day with the Synonym of the Day in your inbox!

By clicking "Sign Up", you are accepting Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies.

On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to probationary, such as: empirical, preliminary, unproved, beginning, developmental, and experiential.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.