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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A person permitted to practice a certain profession.

Usage examples (30)
  • The new doctor was a new licentiate having earned a doctorate from the university hospital.
  • And Avery at that time gave something called a licentiate of instruction, which is equal to two years of college today, and I took that.
  • The other answered how he was called the licentiate, John Perez of Viedma, and, as he had heard, he was born in a village of the mountains of Leon.
  • One of the preachers wanting to be known as a licentiate, said in meeting: "I want you to know that I am a licentious preacher," -- which is the truth. for more
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