probationer[ proh-bey-shuh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF probationer
Synonyms for probationer
- new kid on block
Antonyms for probationer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROBATIONER
She shoved the probationer out into the hall and locked the door behind her.
I'll be one of forty nurses; indeed, for three months I'll be only a probationer.
Sidney entered the hospital as a probationer early in August.
They think I'm only a probationer and don't see anything, but I've got eyes in my head.
The animal is the novice and probationer of a more advanced order.
Let them choose a probationer who, young though he must be, has the making of a seer in him.
It is also quite competent for an officer to receive the wages of a probationer.
Noo he's what is called a probationer, an', eh, but he earns his livin' hard.
It was not difficult, and, with this particular "probationer," decidedly exhilarating.
There is a vacancy now for a probationer at St. Joseph's, and I can get her admitted at once.