She is a junior partner in the law firm. junior advisers to the governorNoun
They are my juniors in rank.
She's a junior at the state college.
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Though Joséphine did console herself with a new lover in her husband’s absence, Napoleon wasn’t faithful either, beginning a relationship with the wife of a junior army officer in 1798.—Nathan Smith, Smithsonian Magazine, 21 Nov. 2023 That changed two weeks ago when a knee injury suffered by Browning made junior transfer Gabriel Plascencia the next leg up.—Kirk Kenney, San Diego Union-Tribune, 20 Nov. 2023 In Pennsylvania, Amber was finishing her junior year at a liberal arts college when covid forced everyone to go home.—Abha Bhattarai, Washington Post, 19 Nov. 2023 Her junior year, Emma dropped out of school to pursue YouTube full-time and soon moved to Los Angeles, both decisions that her parents supported.—Catherine Santino, Peoplemag, 19 Nov. 2023 For the improvement of their junior colleagues, the elders at National Review would from time to time issue lists of proscribed activities.—Neal B. Freeman, National Review, 16 Nov. 2023 Amihai Eliyahu, a far-right politician from Israel’s Jewish Power party and a junior minister in Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, gave his strategy for the ongoing Gaza war when interviewed on local radio earlier this week.—Neri Zilber, The Christian Science Monitor, 9 Nov. 2023 Rowan sent the university the money a few months after graduation, using his first bonus from his job as a junior investment banker at Drexel Burnham Lambert.—Rachel Louise Ensign, WSJ, 3 Nov. 2023 For the Toreros, junior guard Wayne McKinney III (Coronado HS) led the way with 21 points along with five rebounds and three assists, Deuce Turner added 12 points and Patton Jr. scored 11 points.—Ivan Carter, San Diego Union-Tribune, 12 Nov. 2023
Leave 6-foot-5 junior Austin Maziasz of Westlake High open at your own peril.—Eric Sondheimer, Los Angeles Times, 23 Nov. 2023 Cue the hilarious fish-out-of-water sequences in which Flynt, who’s still in excellent physical condition, tries out for a skeptical coach (Rob Corddry, nicely underplaying) who finally agrees to give him a shot, and meets his disbelieving teammates, all of whom are nearly 40 years his junior.—Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter, 22 Nov. 2023 Sanders, a junior and preseason All-American after rushing for 1,433 yards in 2022, has been limited to six games due to a knee injury and has 62 carries for 209 yards.—Bob Holt, arkansasonline.com, 20 Nov. 2023 The couple, who were together 11 years, announced their separation in June 2022, amid rumors that the soccer player had cheated on Shakira with a woman more than 20 years her junior.—Anne Branigin, Washington Post, 20 Nov. 2023 Ramirez, a junior, completed 6 of 6 passes on the drive, including three completions to Nehemiah Brunson Jr. of 17, 19 and 11 yards before Ramirez scored on a 1-yard sneak for a 14-7 Warriors lead.—Rick Hoff, San Diego Union-Tribune, 19 Nov. 2023 The lawsuit was filed by three NYU juniors in Manhattan federal court Tuesday.—Jolie Lash, ABC News, 15 Nov. 2023 Grace Chen, who is currently a junior at Hillsdale College, alleged that after the assault the school refused to protect her from the assailant and failed to explain its findings.—Elizabeth Both, NBC News, 13 Nov. 2023 Cassandra Dumay is a junior at Boston University majoring in journalism and minoring in Spanish and political science.—Talia Buford, ProPublica, 7 Nov. 2023 See More
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Middle English, from Latin, comparative of juvenis young — more at young