Pronunciation of Senior
/sˈiːnjə/, /sˈiːnjə/, /s_ˈiː_n_j_ə/
Synonyms for senior:
older or of higher rank (adjective)
crowning, chief, king, above, chosen, elite, A 1, foremost, ascendant, paramount, eminent, furthest, choice, supreme, dominant, better, zenith, most, master, Headmost, signal, commanding, leading, champion, superior, controlling, ruling, furthermost, consummate, uppermost, quintessential, sovereign, best, maximum, predominant.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
authority, commandant, headmistress, captain, guru, kingpin, squire, mandarin, maestro, head, mother, lord, abbot, mahatma, president, officer, manager, star, ruler, dean, executive, leader, director, sire, governor, proprietress, titleholder, principal, headmaster, landlord, proprietor, quartermaster, commander, landlady.
older person (noun)
Usage examples for senior:
- It was a Senior leaning from an upstairs window of University Hall. - "The Adventures of a Freshman", Jesse Lynch Williams.
- " If he's beyond the gates," the senior lieutenant said heavily, " the crew may be done for." - "The Giants From Outer Space", Geoff St. Reynard.
- A certain chief was particularly taken with a pair of gloves belonging to Mrs. Stevenson, senior. - "The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls", Jacqueline M. Overton.