probationer

[ proh-bey-shuh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF 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.

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