probationally

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probation (prəˈbeɪʃən)
 
n
1.  a system of dealing with offenders by placing them under the supervision of a probation officer
2.  on probation
 a.  under the supervision of a probation officer
 b.  undergoing a test period
3.  a trial period, as for a teacher, religious novitiate, etc
4.  the act of proving or testing
5.  a period during which a new employee may have his employment terminated on the grounds of unsuitability
 
pro'bational
 
adj
 
pro'bationary
 
adj
 
pro'bationally
 
adv

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