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Definition of "probational" []

  • Probationary (adjective)

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Use "probational" in a sentence
  • "Because of his prior history, prosecutors said all but the armed robbery charge are non-probational, meaning he will have to serve prison time if convicted."
  • "I assume there would be a smidgen of doubt at least, which would warrent at least a probational acceptance."
  • "Police believe that Brown, a probational employee who began employment with the university in October, was upset over a recent poor performance review."