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350 examples of  prenticed  in sentences

350 examples of prenticed in sentences

Nor need you hesitate to try your "'prentice hand" at this work.

Indeed, if Mr. Barnard should report any day that a discouraged 'prentice-boy had left town for his country home, all the bells could instantly be set to work to speak articulately, in language regarding which the dullest imagination need not be at loss, "Turn again, Higginbottom, Lord Mayor of Boston!"

Two Trophies from India John H. Prentice.

Then, as we sat each one harking for what might next befall, George, the youngest 'prentice boy, who had his seat beside me, plucked me by the sleeve, inquiring in a troubled voice whether I had any knowledge of that which the crying might portend; but I shook my head, telling him that I had no knowing beyond his own; though, for his comfort, I said that it might be the wind.

Immediately upon this, I caught the bo'sun's voice, calling in a low tone to Josh, the eldest 'prentice, who had the charge of our boat, to come alongside of him; for he would have the boats together.

Sam wuz free-bawn, but his mammy and daddy died, an' de w'ite folks 'prenticed him ter my marster fer ter work fer 'im 'tel he wuz growed up.

Geo. D. Prentice, 1802-1869 352.

* =George D. Prentice, 1802-1869.= (Manual, p. 487.)

After the planter's claim was set aside, the woman said, "Now I will stay with massa, and be his 'prentice for de udder two year.

It turned out that the pert little youth was not an authorized pilot, but merely schooling for it; and that, when the steamer hove in sight, the true pilots were asleep, and he would not allow them to be called, but quietly slipped away in the boat, and came on board of us to try his 'prentice hand; the pilots of New York are, I believe, a most able and efficient body of men.

All callings want their proper 'prentice time

"Seen anything of Miss Prentice yet?" inquired Mr. Jernshaw.

"Not that hints are much good to Mrs. Prentice.

As a matter of fact, Mrs. Prentice and her daughter came on the fifth.

Mrs. Prentice returned the greeting in a level voice, and, accepting a chair, gazed around the room.

"Very," said Mrs. Prentice.

"We thought we should have seen you before," said Mrs. Prentice, "but I told Louisa that no doubt you were busy, and wanted to surprise her.

I like the carpet; don't you, Louisa?" Miss Prentice said she did.

"The room is nice and airy," said Mrs. Prentice, "but it's a pity you didn't come to me before deciding.

" "It's well enough," conceded Mrs. Prentice, amiably.

"You look well," said Mrs. Prentice.

He sat and gazed in growing fear at Mrs. Prentice.

"II couldn't write," he said at last, in desperation; "my wife" "Your what?" exclaimed Mrs. Prentice, loudly.

" Mrs. Prentice tried to control her voice.

"She was very difficult; so I left the children with her and" "Chil" said Mrs. Prentice, and paused, unable to complete the word.

Mrs. Prentice, for once in her life thoroughly at a loss, sat trying to collect her scattered faculties.

Relieved of the attentions of the Prentice family, he walked the streets a free man; and it was counted to him for righteousness that he never said a hard word about his wife.

Thanks to his presence of mind, the Prentice family had no terrors for him.

Among the 'prentice boys, especially, did the spirit of revolt against the gloomy asceticism of the time prevail, and there can be little doubt that if at this period, or for a long time subsequent, the king could have appeared suddenly in the city at the head of a few score troops, he would have been welcomed with acclamation, and the great body of the citizens would have rallied round him.

Men and women without another theological interest in the world are yet keen to argue about Millenarianism, and to try their 'prentice hands on the interpretation of the imagery of the apocalyptic literature of both the Old Testament and the New.

SEE Croisset, Francis de. DEFFENDALL, Prentice Hoover.

R93756, 16Apr52, Bio De Casseres (W) DEFFENDALL, PRENTICE HOOVER.

MURPHY, J. PRENTICE, joint author.

LANGLEY, JOHN PRENTICE.

John Prentice Langley (A); 29Dec58; R226972.

PRENTICE, E. PARMALEE.

John Rockefeller Prentice, Mary Adeline Prentice Gilbert & Spelman Prentice (C); 25Feb63; R311136. PRENTICE, JOHN ROCKEFELLER.

John Rockefeller Prentice, Mary Adeline Prentice Gilbert & Spelman Prentice (C); 25Feb63; R311136. PRENTICE, JOHN ROCKEFELLER.

John Rockefeller Prentice, Mary Adeline Prentice Gilbert & Spelman Prentice (C); 25Feb63; R311136. PRENTICE, JOHN ROCKEFELLER.

John Rockefeller Prentice, Mary Adeline Prentice Gilbert & Spelman Prentice (C); 25Feb63; R311136. PRENTICE, JOHN ROCKEFELLER.

SEE Prentice, E. Parmalee.

PRENTICE, SPELMAN.

SEE Prentice, E. Parmalee.

PRENTICE, E. PARMALEE.

E. Parmalee Prentice (A); 7Apr67; R408277.

Elinor H. Prentice (PPW); 4Jan68; R426372. BOSWORTH, ALLAN R.

The Greek political experience; studies in honor of William Kelly Prentice.

PRENTICE, WILLIAM KELLY.

Joan Prentice von Erdberg (C); 27Oct69; R471285.

VON ERDBERG, JOAN PRENTICE.

SEE PRENTICE, WILLIAM KELLY.

By Stewart Sterling, pseud. of Prentice Winchell.

Prentice Winchell (A); 15Oct74; R587529.

by Loretta Phillips & Prentice Phillips.

R93756, 16Apr52, Bio De Casseres (W) DEFFENDALL, PRENTICE HOOVER.

SEE Langley, John Prentice.

SEE Langley, John Prentice.

LANGLEY, JOHN PRENTICE.

John Prentice Langley (A); 4Jan56; R162906.

John Prentice Langley (A); 28Jun56; R172962.

By William Healy, Augusta F. Bronner, Edith M. H. Baylor, and J. Prentice Murphy.

MURPHY, J. PRENTICE, joint author.

by Loretta and Prentice Phillips.

John C. Winston Co. (PWH); 21Jan58; R208170. LANGLEY, JOHN PRENTICE.

John Prentice Langley (A); 19May58; R214808. Chasing the setting sun; or, A hop, skip and Jump to Australia.

John Prentice Langley (A); 28Feb58; R209882.

LANGLEY, JOHN PRENTICE.

John Prentice Langley (A); 29Dec58; R226972.

SEE Price, Edith H. MILLER, H. PRENTICE.

STEADMAN, J. M. Exercises in writing and thinking, by J. M. Steadman, H. Prentice Miller & Phil S. Grant.

J. M. Steadman, III (C), H. Prentice Miller & Phil S. Grant (A); 16Sep60; R262947.

GILBERT, MARY ADELINE PRENTICE.

Breeding profitable dairy cattle SEE PRENTICE, E. PRAMALEE.

Runaway prentice; the story of Jeffrey, Susan, Tris & Tibby in the year 1800.

Runaway prentice.

Runaway prentice.

Donna Preble (A); 29Feb68; R430426. PRENTICE, ELINOR H. Stories & poems and a play Still waters.

The Greek political experience; studies in honor of William Kelly Prentice.

PRENTICE, WILLIAM KELLY.

Joan Prentice von Erdberg (C); 27Oct69; R471285.

SEE PRENTICE E. PARMALEE.

SEE Prentice, E. Parmalee.

by Loretta Phillips & Prentice Phillips.

Just, for instance, as we constantly hear, in the conversation of the uneducated, the words pothecary and prentice for apothecary and apprentice, shall we also find cassia used for acacia.

There are within here but a small number of us knights and squires who have loyally served our lord the King of France even as you would serve yours in like case; but we would suffer greater evils than ever men have had to endure rather than consent that the meanest 'prentice-boy or varlet of the town should have other evil than the greatest of us.

On the contrary, it gives me a just Indignation, to see a Person whose Action gives new Majesty to Kings, Resolution to Heroes, and Softness to Lovers, thus sinking from the Greatness of his Behaviour, and degraded into the Character of the London Prentice.

A little Prentice Girl of mine has been for some time applied to by an Irish Fellow, who dresses very fine, and struts in a laced Coat, and is the Admiration of Seamstresses who are under Age in Town.

Ever since I have had some Knowledge of the Matter, I have debarred my Prentice from Pen, Ink and Paper.

This Matter is notoriously known to be Fact; and I have been contented to save my Prentice, and take a Year's Rent of this mortified Lover, not to appear further in the Matter.

The other Day as I passed along the Street, I saw a sturdy Prentice-Boy Disputing with an Hackney-Coachman; and in an Instant, upon some Word of Provocation, throw off his Hat and [Cut-Periwig, ] clench his Fist, and strike the Fellow a Slap on the Face; at the same time calling him Rascal, and telling him he was a Gentleman's Son.

The Prentice speaks his Disrespect by an extended Finger, and the Porter by stealing out his Tongue.

The Schroffenstein Family, to be sure, is prentice work, but it can bear comparison with the first plays of the greatest dramatists.

P. Greene, 20; Park Ch., 20; "Cash," 10; E.A. Huntington, 10; L.G. Lane, 10; Amos W. Prentice, 10; Edward H. Gibbs, 10; L.W. Carroll, 10; Mrs. Mary B. Coit, 10; Mrs. J.M. Huntington, 10; Mrs. O.P. Avery, 10; "Cash," 10; John Mitchell, 10; C.B. Baldwin, 10; T.J. Leavens, 5; Charlotte L. Carroll, 5; J.D.T. Blackstone, 5; Geo. D. Colt, 5, for Jewett Mem.

" "Hundreds of worthy men have been thrown out of employment by their practices," said a vintner's 'prentice.

" "The brewers will be all ruined," said a burly 'prentice, with a wooden shovel over his shoulder; "since every day a fresh ale-house is closed; and no new licences are granted.

He will have us up before the Council," laughed the goldsmith's 'prentice.

The order for the 'prentice's release shall be made out at the same time as Sir Jocelyn's.

At the suggestion of his new friend, the 'prentice wrote a letter to Gillian Greenford, conjuring her, by the love she bore him, and by their joint hopes of a speedy union, implicitly to comply with the directions of the bearer of the notewhatever they might be: and, armed with this, Luke Hatton quitted the Meet, and, procuring a horse, rode off, at a rapid pace, to Tottenham.

The late George D. Prentice in speaking of this poem used the following language: "To our minds there is nothing in all the In Memoriam of Tennyson more beautiful than the following holy tribute to a dead father from our young correspondent at Pleasant Grove.

" The poem was first published in the "Louisville Journal" of which Mr. Prentice was the editor.