majors[ mey-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF majors
Synonyms for majors
- claim to fame
- cup of tea
- distinguishing feature
- field of concentration
- long suit
- magnum opus
- object of attention
- object of study
- pièce de résistance
- special project
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAJORS
Cap'ns are plenty as June bugs, but Majors and Gen'rals are scarce.
He was the active spirit of the firm of Russel, Majors & Waddel.
Colonels, majors, and captains were rallying the disheartened men.
One of the majors, or the Adjutant, might do it with less danger.
But the Majors did not seem to see it, so they sent in their papers too.
The two majors were sitting in a dug-out no bigger than a trench-slit.
Terence knocked at the door of one house, and his majors at that of the other.
The adjutant informs the majors what the formation is to be.
I began to feel that I had known these captains and majors and lieutenants all my life.
But I should like to know to which class of majors you belong, tambour-major or sergeant-major?