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noun as in person higher or highest in rank

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His superiors would not tell him why, emails obtained by the Center show.

[Your superiors] become the people you most want to impress—and this is how you do it.

The last nine words, as his superiors back home would know, was the definition of rape in the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

Nobody on the leadership team acknowledged her on her last day, she claims, not even her direct superiors.

He was among those beseeching Cain to accept the word of his superiors.

Yet he bore himself with the easy dignity of a man who counts more inferiors than superiors.

In the curing of tobacco, the Ohio growers have but few equals, and no superiors.

Fort Bizoton, Port-au-Prince, blown up by its commandant, in revenge of some supposed injuries received from his superiors.

The discipline of the Academy and three years in the regular army had ground into him the soldier's respect for superiors.

On his return he was received with coolness by Cordero, and they both made their communications to their superiors.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to superiors, such as: ruler, manager, principal, supervisor, boss, and head.

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