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Synonyms for minor

not yet a legal adult

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one who is not yet legally of age

Synonyms for minor

of lesser importance or stature or rank

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lesser in scope or effect

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inferior in number or size or amount

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of a scale or mode

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not of legal age

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of lesser seriousness or danger

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of your secondary field of academic concentration or specialization

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warranting only temporal punishment

limited in size or scope

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Among the minor poems of Bryant, none has so much impressed me as the one which he entitles "June.
Among the minor poems of Lord Byron is one which has never received from the critics the praise which it undoubtedly deserves:--
Indeed, the things that interested Summers Minor, and the things that did not interest him, had mystified and amused his uncle for several hours.
Unluckily at this point Summers Minor, whose attention had somewhat strayed from the religious wars of the ninth century, caught sight of a short length of wire appearing in a broken patch in the wall.
For Summers Minor had indeed nothing to do with it; and it is part of his higher significance that he has really nothing to do with the story, or with any such stories.
The official permission to occupy Wake Robin Lodge is still on the records, signed by no less a man than Wickson, the minor oligarch of the Manuscript.
It aims to express the inner truth or central principles of things, without anxiety for minor details, and it is by nature largely intellectual in quality, though not by any means to the exclusion of emotion.
Rawdon minor had made up his face for a tremendous howl--the severity of the blow indeed authorized that indulgence; but just as he was going to begin, the father interposed.
For Rawdon minor he had a great secret tenderness then, which did not escape Rebecca, though she did not talk about it to her husband.
The Colonel, who had been looking at him with some interest, took up the child and put him on the pony behind Rawdon minor.
Melodiously good Minor Canon the Reverend Septimus Crisparkle thus delivers himself, in musical rhythm, as he withdraws his amiable face from the doorway and conveys it down- stairs.
Godfrey Ablewhite was entrusted with the care of a sum of twenty thousand pounds--as one of two Trustees for a young gentleman, who was still a minor in the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight.
conseille de famille = council of relatives, supervised by a judge, that supervised the care of minors in France; cure = priest}
On the other hand, this criminalization protects the minor from being financially exploited by those who know that they minors do not have experience and they are still very young.
This is a powerpoint based research service that provides strategic analysis of the North American Minor Maintenance Market, specifically the impact of extended maintenance intervals.