350 examples of prenticed in sentences

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.

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

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.

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.


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


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

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


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

by Loretta Phillips & Prentice Phillips.

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

by Loretta and Prentice Phillips.

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

SEE Prentice, E. Parmalee.

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.

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