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majority

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of majority

  1. held by or applicable to a majority of the people the majority opinion among the tour group members was that they should cancel the rest of the trip Synonyms of majority common, general, overall, popular, prevailing, public, received, ruling, vulgarWords Related to majority unanimous, universal; pop; everyday, familiar, household, usual, well-known; contemporary, current, present; dominant, predominant, preponderant; characteristic, typical; pandemic, pervasive, prevalent, rife, widespread; communal, sharedNear Antonyms of majority rare, strange, unknown, unusual; distinctive, especial, idiosyncratic, peculiar, special, unique; individual, separate, singular; nonpublic, personal, privateAntonyms of majority uncommon, unpopular


majority

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of majority

  1. 1 the largest part or quantity of something a vast majority of the town's residents support the proposed tax reduction Synonyms of majority bulk, generality, lion's share, mass, preponderance Words Related to majority plurality; maximum, most; abundance, heap, loads, lot, much, oodles, plenty, profusion, reams, scads, wealth Near Antonyms of majority couple, few, handful, smattering, sprinkling; least, minimum Antonyms of majority minority

  2. 2 the state of being fully grown or developed she will inherit a fortune upon her majority Synonyms of majority adulthood, adultness, maturityWords Related to majority manhood, womanhood; bloom, flush, heyday, prime; autumn, middle age, midlifeNear Antonyms of majority babyhood, infancy, toddlerhood; adolescence, childhood, youthAntonyms of majority immaturity, minority, nonage



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