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See definition of pupilage on Dictionary.com
  • as ininfancy
  • as inminority
  • as inchildhood

synonyms for pupilage

  • inception
  • beginning
  • childhood
  • immaturity
  • minority
  • nonage
  • outset
  • start
  • incunabulum
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antonyms for pupilage

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  • completion
  • conclusion
  • end
  • ending
  • finish
  • old age
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How to use pupilage in a sentence

The aristocratic friends of the young man would never allow him to see her more, and he was weak enough to be put in pupilage.
THE MYSTERIES OF MONTREALCHARLOTTE FUHRER
He looked back upon these, as indeed upon all his years of pupilage, as to a time of struggle and hardship.
DESIDERIUS ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAMEPHRAIM EMERTON
Tyroc′iny, pupilage (see Tirocinium); Ty′ronism, state of being a tyro.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 4 OF 4: S-Z AND SUPPLEMENTS)VARIOUS
"I'm afraid I don't quite understand," said Lady Holme, preserving a quiet air of pupilage.
THE WOMAN WITH THE FANROBERT HICHENS
Most of us were shy to speak out in that presence, feeling ourselves in a state of pupilage.
FOUR AMERICANSHENRY A. BEERS
She remembered Clarence Copperhead as a full-grown man, beyond, it seemed to her, the age at which pupilage was possible.
PHOEBE, JUNIORMRS [MARGARET] OLIPHANT
Contemporaneously with his pupilage under Hummel, he studied the theory of music with Simon Sechter, an eminent contrapuntist.
GREAT VIOLINISTS AND PIANISTSGEORGE T. FERRIS
He was much complimented on the salutary effect upon his studies, which his pupilage at the school of design had wrought.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 1, AUGUST 28, 1841VARIOUS
Now, the tragedy of my first night on the Rio Pongo was my transition from pupilage to responsible independence.
CAPTAIN CANOTBRANTZ MAYER
After four years' pupilage, I was not surprised to learn that he had already been to hear the new instrumentalist.
GARCIA THE CENTENARIAN AND HIS TIMESM. STERLING MACKINLAY
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WORDS RELATED TO PUPILAGE

  • adolescence
  • babyhood
  • cradle
  • immaturity
  • infancy
  • juniority
  • juvenility
  • minority
  • nonage
  • nursery
  • puberty
  • pupilage
  • schooldays
  • teens
  • tender age
  • youth
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