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Definition of "probationary" [pro•ba•tion•a•ry]

  • Of, pertaining to, or subject to probation (adjective)

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Use "probationary" in a sentence
  • "The interesting point in that case is that those teachers were probationary, meaning that they had no due process rights."
  • "Their immortality is a kind of probationary period for eternal life."
  • "JOHNSON: New members work their way into the club by serving a kind of probationary period, running errands and sometimes breaking the law."