noviceship

noviceship

(ˈnɒvɪsˌʃɪp)
n
another word for novitiate1
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This led to his departure from Victoria to complete his secondary schooling in their minor seminary and to do his noviceship in buildings owned by the MSCs on their spacious and isolated property by the Nepean River at Douglas Park, NSW.
I was a very young nun, only a year and a half out of the Noviceship with excellent academic qualifications but totally inexperienced with the practicalities of daily living.
It was during his noviceship that Hopkins worked out an esthetic in which experience of beauty and religious experience coalesce.
But young aspirants to noviceship alert to the ten sikkhapadas (Vin.iv.105-106) had a surprise awaiting them.
(7) Sibilant-final stems plus suffix -ship (data from Lehnert 1971) (5) justiceship noviceship acquaintanceship princeship hush-ship princess-ship burgessship mistress-ship
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Thomas was directed to do his noviceship at Roehampton.