applicant

All Noun Adjective
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  • Even then, there are more than ten applicants for each place on the team.
  • He was so successful in this role that they had to turn many applicants away.
  • Membership is about what the applicant has done rather than who they are.
  • Three years later, the department of physical science was closed because it had too few applicants.
  • On average, only one out of every one hundred applicants is accepted.
  • Neither the applicant nor their doctor could be members of the committee.
  • The applicant can change their mind within the first year, but the application is then published.
  • A decision about each particular applicant is to be made immediately after the interview.
  • It also has more applicants than any university in the state of Victoria.
  • Most applicants must also have a working knowledge of the English language.
  • But even with these difficulties, there would soon be far more applicants than available units.
  • These applicants are given the opportunity to contact the programs about the open positions.
  • We base our decision on applicant's present statements about his past acts.
  • We base our decision on applicant's present statements about his past acts.
  • The job applicant's ability might be one of two things: high or low.
  • The job applicant's ability might be one of two things: high or low.
  • An additional two-years of experience is required for foreign applicants.
  • Any applicant meeting the standards of the association must be accepted as a member.
  • He put them very briefly, keeping his eyes fixed on the applicant's face. Cited from Of Human Bondage, by W. Somerset Maugham
  • The applicant's financial need will be determined based on their application.
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Words starting with applicant

Meaning of applicant

  • noun A person who requests or seeks something such as assistance or employment or admission