- v. Simple past tense and past participle of apprentice.
- adj. bound by contract
“In view of the facts that these More children -- and perhaps others -- were "apprenticed" or "bound" to the Pilgrims”
“She is 'apprenticed', a name for temporary slavery, and is highly spoken of as a servant, as the Caffres always are.”
“Hemingway was "apprenticed" as a cub reporter, which is how newspapers used to train journalists.”
“My first job was on The News, Portsmouth, where I was apprenticed as”
“At age 15, she was apprenticed to painter Willem van Aelst, whom she worked with until his death in 1683.”
“A group of photographers, who also work behind the scenes at the Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, NY, apprenticed with project director and documentary photographer Dona McAdams for an eight month intensive workshop on recording their stories through the racing season.”
“Appreciating this pedagogy enables us to practice catechesis as a craft in which content and the methods of transmission are united in a living whole: we are apprenticed into the Lord's own school of learning and teaching.”
“After wwII my dad apprenticed with Frank's father, Al, to learn the craft of stone setting.”
“They were, I may say, apprenticed to education, to art, to the church, to science, to literature; and in those fields they served the important function of moulding the thought-processes of the nation in the direction of the perpetuity of the Oligarchy.”
“He was apprenticed to an engraver and studied drawing at the Royal Academy.”
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