Examples of novitiate in a Sentence
a novitiate in the rarefied world of international diplomacy, the recently appointed ambassador is treading cautiously
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His scholarly, somber demeanor reflected a background as a former Benedictine novitiate and college professor.
The decisive moment comes during one of the most mesmerizing sections of the novel, when Sally takes an overnight train from New York’s old Penn Station to Chicago to enter the novitiate.
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Definition of novitiate for English Language Learners
: the time when a person is a religious novice
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