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Spell check of junior

Correct spelling: junior

patsy, auditor, compliant, subservient, constrained, second, son, youth culture, deputy, man, buddy, henchman, stooge, lowly, inferior, nee, servant, third-year, chattel, obedient, employee, bmp, aider, juvenile, green, under, hireling, next-to-last, attorney, auxiliary, submissive, lieutenant, smalltime, ancillary, over, buster, chaperone, alumnus, smaller, career woman, creative, childish, campus, young, volunteer, subjected, breadwinner, all-American, servile, teenage, lesser, helper, aide, bro, accessory, initial, girlish, adolescent, acolyte, fresh, aid, youthful, petty, flunky, supine, Big Man on Campus, less, relief, designated hitter, superior, child-like, puerile, callow, fresher, counterpart, conference, pawn, helping hand, vassal, partner, minor-league, worker, proxy, assignment, apparatchik, blooming, club, center forward, young woman, benefactor, namesake, alum, alumna, aide-de-camp, helpmate, sport, acting, pubescent, sonny, attendant, desk person, casual, subjugated, younger, subordinate, designate, duty officer, dude, emeritus, small, opposite number, dependent, functionary, associate, backer, naming ceremony, coed, subject, deferent, adjunct, immature, lower, nameless, budding, enslaved, help, peon, below, backfield, lower-ranking, boy, Jr, colleague, commuter, mate, of, subaltern, teenager, inexperienced, assistant, co-worker, ballplayer, blue-collar, extra, minion, underling, Jnr, accomplice, bud, teen, minor, junior-grade, low, after, center, cowboy, unfranchised, by, enthralled, boyish, back, abettor, workmate, youth, laborer, secondary, blue, dropout, serf, follower, intermediate, menial, bound, hand, unripe, young man, agent.

greater, first-class, exceptional, higher-ranking, first-rate, ranking, elder, old, higher, superior, senior, primary, precedential, superordinate, choice, sr., terminal, prime, older, more, major.

Examples of usage:

1) He was several years my junior, and had been at college in the East. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) The junior partner also has rights of equal moment to the interests of the firm, and one of these is her right to be protected by her senior partner. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

3) We most cheerfully allow you the rights of a senior partner; but we do not want you to be senior, junior, and all, leaving us no rights at all, in a common interest. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.