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plebe in Training topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplebeplebe /pliːb/ noun [countable] American English informal  SETa student in their first year at a military college
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plebeThe Academy has this quirk about a plebe having to pass orals before proceeding.These sons and daughters have endured, have earned the right not to be a plebe ever again.Posted in huge letters on classroom walls, the words bore into plebes.Put that out of your mind, plebe.William Bogle, Commandant of Midshipmen, tells each class of plebes.Your parents search for you in the crowd of plebes clawing up Herndon Monument in a greasy, glorious finale.Other plebes standing in line at 6 a. m. Tuesday to start the registration process had their families with them.