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Junior

Antonyms for junior:

great, superior, older, terminal, senior, foremost, major, elder.

Synonyms for junior:

Sense 1

namesake, opposite number, titular, counterpart, colleague, predecessor, nameless, nee, unnamed, workmate, smalltime, naming ceremony, initial, co-worker, plain, youth culture.

Sense 2

minor league, stablemate, successor, collaborator.

Sense 4

confederate.

Sense 5

small, Of, low.

Sense 6

by.

Sense 7

after, stick.

Sense 8

relief.

lad

boy.

male child

son.

professional

university.

underclassman

undergraduate.

inferior (adjective)

menial, under, subservient, smaller, below, peon, subordinate, inferior, dependent, underling, less, second, lesser, subject.

junior (adjective)

lower, second, inferior, lesser, minor, secondary.

juvenile (adjective)

girlish, immature, puerile, boyish, blooming, pubescent, fresh, green, teenage, unripe, younger, youthful, callow, adolescent, inexperienced, young.

low (adjective)

below, small.

lower (adjective)

low, lower.

minor (adjective)

dependent, petty, accessory.

subordinate (adjective)

obedient, bound, deferent, constrained, dependent, subordinate, unfranchised, subservient, enthralled, Subjected, enslaved, under, subject, supine, submissive, servile, subjugated, compliant.

young (adjective)

green, blooming, childish, callow, young, child-like, unripe, adolescent, girlish, teenage, fresh, juvenile, youthful, puerile, pubescent, immature, inexperienced, boyish.

Sense 2 (noun)

minor league, namesake, secondary, initial, by, petty, lower, nameless, small, subaltern, smalltime, naming ceremony, low, after, nee, Of.

Sense 3 (noun)

boy.

Sense 7 (noun)

son.

Sense 8 (noun)

youth culture.

adolescent (noun)

minor, juvenile, young woman, youth, teenager, adolescent, teen, young man.

assistant (noun)

auxiliary, accomplice, hireling, agent, associate, acolyte, ancillary, flunky, assistant, lieutenant, servant, helper, minion, partner, accessory, laborer, menial, attendant, underling, extra, benefactor, backer, henchman, helpmate, abettor, adjunct, chaperone, stooge, deputy, patsy, subordinate, second, functionary, aide, employee, aide-de-camp, proxy, attorney, Aider, follower.

boy (noun)

youth.

inferior (noun)

deputy, attendant, subaltern, underling, follower, auxiliary, minion, hireling, subject.

learner (noun)

student.

male child (noun)

son.

servant (noun)

peon, aid, vassal, volunteer, subject, help, helping hand, pawn, worker, serf, hand, chattel.

subordinate (noun)

serf.

subordinate (verb)

lower, younger.

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