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synonyms for probationer

  • abecedarian
  • apprentice
  • aspirant
  • beginner
  • dabbler
  • dilettante
  • greenhorn
  • ham
  • hopeful
  • layperson
  • learner
  • neophyte
  • novice
  • putterer
  • recruit
  • tenderfoot
  • tyro
  • Sunday driver
  • bush leaguer
  • nonprofessional
  • pupil
  • amateur
  • beginner
  • flunky
  • greenhorn
  • heel
  • neophyte
  • newcomer
  • novitiate
  • rook
  • rookie
  • starter
  • student
  • tenderfoot
  • tyro
  • new kid on block

antonyms for probationer

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  • expert
  • professional
  • expert
  • professional
  • mentor
  • teacher
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    How to use probationer in a sentence

    The door opened again to admit the probationer come to relieve Miss Howe.
    HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
    I believe he became a "probationer," but his creed was never quite settled enough for him to accept "full membership."
    DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
    He would go unarmed to their houses as often as required, and keep in touch with them—as a probationer.
    THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
    For above the landlady's exposition rose the probationer's voice: "Abana and Pharpar, rivers of Damascus."
    AFTERWARDSIAN MACLAREN
    But the probationer waited anxiously for the first post on Tuesday, which would give the result, and I was only less anxious.
    AFTERWARDSIAN MACLAREN
    Suppose that when you first enter the ward you are wishing with all your heart you had never decided to become a probationer.
    APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY FOR NURSESMARY F. PORTER
    There was a great deal to be done to put the ward straight for the night, and she really had no time to devote to the probationer.
    A GIRL IN TEN THOUSANDL. T. MEADE
    Effie's month of trial being over, she was now established at St. Joseph's as a regular probationer.
    A GIRL IN TEN THOUSANDL. T. MEADE
    Sister Kate, who had the eyes of a hawk, noticed when Lawson bent over to speak to the pretty little probationer.
    A GIRL IN TEN THOUSANDL. T. MEADE
    A good-natured probationer, who sympathised with me in my difficulties (she too had suffered), counted them also.
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    WORDS RELATED TO PROBATIONER

    • Sunday driver
    • abecedarian
    • apprentice
    • aspirant
    • beginner
    • bush leaguer
    • dabbler
    • dilettante
    • greenhorn
    • ham
    • hopeful
    • layperson
    • learner
    • neophyte
    • nonprofessional
    • novice
    • probationer
    • putterer
    • recruit
    • tenderfoot
    • tyro
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