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synonyms for most second-string

  • lesser
  • secondary
  • bottom
  • junior
  • less
  • lower
  • menial
  • minor
  • minus
  • peon
  • second
  • subordinate
  • subsidiary
  • back seat
  • bottom-rung
  • entry-level
  • nether
  • second-banana
  • second-fiddle
  • second-string
  • smaller
  • subjacent
  • under
  • underneath
  • minor
  • insignificant
  • bottom
  • bush
  • bush-league
  • dinky
  • low
  • lower
  • nether
  • small
  • small-time
  • subjacent
  • subordinate
  • minor-league
  • undersized
  • a notch under
  • less important
  • second-fiddle
  • second-string
  • small-fry
  • third-string
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antonyms for most second-string

MOST RELEVANT
  • superior
  • chief
  • important
  • major
  • necessary
  • best
  • better
  • extraordinary
  • first-class
  • first-rate
  • foremost
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