major[ mey-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF major
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAJOR
We are confident of the success of this major venture in world recovery.
Major Vernier, of Pulaski's legion, and twenty-five men, were killed.
Allen was mounted on the major's charger, and was ordered to swim the river.
Major John Postell had been pitched upon as the first victim.
"Well, you see, what was a fellow to do," returned the major suspiciously.
"It was no tiger at all—that was the joke of the thing," said the major.
"By no means, I give you my word of honor," answered the major, laughing.
His strength and coolness were a great comfort both to Hester and the major.
The major had taken her part and been of the greatest service to her.
He ran and pulled some grass and proceeded to rub the Major down.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR MAJOR
- out of the ordinary
- a cut above
- good quality
- more advanced
- more skillful
- of higher rank