These novices have their pick of seven branches of training: from mechanics to tailoring, electrical work to “kitchen arts.”
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Fans and novices soon became swept up in the movement, tracing each work like buried treasure.
Though the attendees varied from whiskey enthusiasts to novices, most said they liked the rye best.
Excuse me for insinuating by this expression, that there may yet be amongst you some novices.
"It would, perchance, be best that the novices be not admitted," suggested the master.
When the sillera belongs to a monastery, the higher stalls are for the profesos, and the lower for the novices and legos.
They, I know right well, when matched with us, will prove but novices in war.
One case or chest contained the books of the novices, whose place of study was in that part of the cloister facing the treasury.
They were superbly muscular and used to the dragging efforts of novices.
mid-14c., "probationer in a religious order," from Old French novice "beginner" (12c.), from Medieval Latin novicius, noun use of Latin novicius "newly imported, newly arrived, inexperienced" (of slaves), from novus "new" (see new). Meaning "inexperienced person" is attested from early 15c.