apprenticed apprenticed  /ə ˈprɛn təst/


  • (adj) bound by contract



  1. At seven he was apprenticed to a shoemaker.
  2. In 1922 he apprenticed himself to Gutzon Borglum.
  3. After graduating in 1965, he went to Paris, where he studied at the Syndicat de la Couture school, and then apprenticed with Guy Laroche and Hubert de Givenchy.


  • Kevin Foust

    Kevin Dennis Foust died in his sleep Monday, June 10, 2013, in Hathaway Pines. He was 46. Mr. Foust graduated from Castro Valley High School in 1985 and attended Chabot College and College of the Siskiyous. He apprenticed to Pete Radovich and learned the construction trade.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Calaveras Enterprise


  1. "There is a demand for them. Firms will readily admit the apprenticed prisoners when they complete the service of their sentences," Topolanek said.
    on Oct 30, 2007 By: Mirek Topolanek Source: Czech Happenings

  2. "Me a book binder? Actually when I was sitting with a real bookbinder here in London - I apprenticed with him for an entire afternoon, getting a crash course in how to do gold leaf marble pages - I realised that it is a job that requires a lot of...
    on Jan 15, 2009 By: Brendan Fraser Source: Malaysia Star

  3. "There was a long period of time when I felt like I apprenticed myself as a songwriter to these people who I really admired, like Tom Waits and Thom Yorke from Radiohead," Venable says. "I think I was trying on these different voices, trying...
    on Aug 19, 2007 By: Noe Venable Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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