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Juniour vs. Junior

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Juniouradjective

obsolete form of junior

Junioradjective

(comparable) Low in rank; having a subordinate role, job, or situation.

Juniournoun

obsolete form of junior

Junioradjective

Younger.

Junioradjective

(not comparable) Belonging to a younger person, or an earlier time of life.

Junioradjective

Of or pertaining to a third academic year in a four-year high school (eleventh grade) or university.

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Juniornoun

A younger person.

‘four years his junior’;

Juniornoun

A name suffix used after a son's name when his father has the same name (abbreviations: Jnr., Jr., Jun.).

Juniornoun

A third-year student at a high school or university.

Junioradjective

Less advanced in age than another; younger. Abbreviated Jr.

Junioradjective

Lower in standing or in rank, or having entered later into a position or office; as, a junior partner; junior counsel; junior captain; the junior Senator from New York.

Junioradjective

Composed of juniors, whether younger or a lower standing; as, the junior class; the junior baseball league; of or pertaining to juniors or to a junior class. See Junior, n., 2.

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Junioradjective

Belonging to a younger person, or an earlier time of life.

‘Our first studies and junior endeavors.’;

Junioradjective

of or relating to the third year of a four-year term; - used of the third or next to final year in a U. S. high school or college. See junior{2}, n..

Juniornoun

A younger person.

‘His junior she, by thirty years.’;

Juniornoun

One of a lower or later standing; specifically, in American colleges and four-year high schools, one in the third year of his course, one in the fourth or final year being designated a senior; in some seminaries, one in the first year, in others, one in the second year, of a three years' course.

Juniornoun

term of address for a disrespectful and annoying male;

‘look here, junior, it's none of your business’;

Juniornoun

a third-year undergraduate

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Juniornoun

the younger of two men

Juniornoun

a son who has the same first name as his father

Junioradjective

younger; lower in rank; shorter in length of tenure or service

Junioradjective

used of the third or next to final year in United States high school or college;

‘the junior class’; ‘a third-year student’;

Junioradjective

including or intended for youthful persons;

‘a junior sports league’; ‘junior fashions’;

Junioradjective

for or denoting young or younger people

‘junior tennis’;

Junioradjective

for or denoting schoolchildren between the ages of about 7 and 11

‘junior pupils’;

Junioradjective

of or for students in the third year of a course lasting four years at college or high school

‘his junior year in college’;

Junioradjective

denoting the younger of two who have the same name in a family, especially a son as distinct from his father

‘John F. Kennedy Junior’;

Junioradjective

low or lower in rank or status

‘part of my function is to supervise those junior to me’; ‘a junior minister’;

Juniornoun

a person who is a specified number of years younger than someone else

‘he's five years her junior’;

Juniornoun

a child attending a junior school

‘first-year juniors’; ‘the curriculum of top juniors’;

Juniornoun

a student in the third year at college or high school

‘high-school juniors and seniors’;

Juniornoun

(in sport) a young competitor, typically under sixteen or eighteen

‘indoor tennis for juniors’;

Juniornoun

used as a nickname or form of address for one's son

‘he said: ‘there's Junior,’ referring to his son’;

Juniornoun

a person with low rank or status compared with others

‘an office junior’;

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