prentice (n.) Old form(s): Prentize
apprentice
2H4 II.ii.169[Prince Henry to Poins] From a prince to a prentice?
2H6 I.iii.196[Horner to York, of Peter] My accuser is my prentice
2H6 II.iii.71[Second Prentice to Peter] Fight for the credit of the prentices
AW IV.iii.182[Parolles to First Soldier, of Dumaine] 'a was a botcher's prentice
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