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majors

noun as in big league

Strongest matches

Weak match

noun as in big time

Strongest match

Weak match

noun as in major league

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Example Sentences

It took Jeter nearly four years to break into the majors, but when he did, he brought it.

Any professor of history teaches history majors not to make that kind of mistake.

“I was good enough to keep hanging around, but never good enough to break through to the majors,” he says.

In 2009, ready to join a Triple-A team, the last step before the majors, he got his dream dashed.

That is the fate that awaits the vast number of players drafted into the majors.

Let the Brigade-Majors, I said, pick out a few of their freshest companies and get on to the crest right now.

Terence knocked at the door of one house, and his majors at that of the other.

Most of the other groups in England were led by majors or colonels and sometimes even by a general.

I could not understand his unusual demonstrations until Mrs. Majors came in and explained.

The institution then having become the property of Russell, Majors & Waddell, we continued to run it daily.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to majors, such as: big-time, major-league, and the bigs.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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