Juniors [noun]

Definition of Juniors:

person of lesser rank, importance

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Sentence/Example of Juniors:

Office hours in those days were nominally from nine till six, but for the juniors especially often much longer.

He held the respect and fear of his juniors without making any open breach with the teacher.

Felton retired from the service with the rank of lieutenant, disgusted and vindictive at having juniors promoted over his head.

Laura and Jess were near at hand, and in a moment a group of the Juniors who always trained together were in animated discussion.

Her sisters, a good many years her juniors, had to a certain extent assimilated modern ideas.

They had expected, as freshmen, to be quite haughtily ignored by the seniors and juniors.

And we sophs really shouldn't nag you freshies, you know, for we must pull together against the seniors and juniors.

Alan would take the spinning pass and bound forward into the stink-stained Modern juniors or embryo subalterns of Army C.

Michael left the Headmaster's room with an expression of tragic injury: in the corridor was a group of juniors.

I had missed the war in China and the fighting in the Philippines and, as a consequence, had seen juniors lifted over me.