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Synonyms for major

Synonyms for major

Words related to major

a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines

British statesman who was prime minister from 1990 until 1997 (born in 1943)

a university student who is studying a particular field as the principal subject

the principal field of study of a student at a university

have as one's principal field of study

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of greater importance or stature or rank

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greater in scope or effect

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greater in number or size or amount

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of the field of academic study in which one concentrates or specializes

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of a scale or mode

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of greater seriousness or danger

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of full legal age

References in classic literature ?
The Major's sparkling little gray eyes softened as they looked at me; the Major's strong and sturdy voice dropped to its lowest and tenderest tones when he spoke to me; the Major's manner expressed, from the moment when I entered the room, a happy mixture of admiration and respect.
The women had a warm friend--perhaps at one time a dangerously warm friend--in Major Fitz-David.
"At the age of five years!" said the major with a deep sigh, and raising his eye to heaven.
"`I have given him renewed life and hope, in the assurance that you have the power of restoring the son whom he has vainly sought for fifteen years.'" The major looked at the count with an indescribable expression of anxiety.
"Let me observe, however," interrupted Major Elphinstone, "this will involve a weight such as "
"My dear major," replied Barbicane, "before discussing its weight permit me to enumerate some of the marvels which our ancestors have achieved in this respect.
"Dunning has had the fight of his life," thought the major, and was about to ride forward.
The major understood, and turning his horse rode back to the little group that had followed him and was already moving to the rear in fear of his displeasure, and so returned to the head of his command.
"Otherwise called Peggy, lady of Major Michael O'Dowd, of our regiment, and daughter of Fitzjurld Ber'sford de Burgo Malony of Glenmalony, County Kildare."
"And Muryan Square, sure enough," the Major whispered.
The major went up to the young woman, who had uttered a cry on recognizing him.
When the major was warm, and his hunger appeased, an invincible desire to sleep weighed down his eyelids.
The Major looked at him rather queerly with his good-humoured gooseberry eyes.
The Major was still looking at him quietly, but with protruding eyes, when the front door was flung open, releasing a flood of gaslight on the face of the fading mist; and another figure in pyjamas sprang or tumbled out into the garden.
The maitre d'hotel and several waiters came hurrying up towards the prostrate figure, by the side of which Major Thomson was already kneeling.