Definitions

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  • adjective inferior in rank or status

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Examples

  • Decent people may be shocked by reading about Washington's heavy-handed treatment of friends and foes alike, its bullying, use of diplomats as junior-grade spies, and snide remarks about world leaders.

    Eric Margolis: Realpolitik Is Not a Pretty Sight

  • Decent people may be shocked by reading about Washington's heavy-handed treatment of friends and foes alike, its bullying, use of diplomats as junior-grade spies, and snide remarks about world leaders.

    Eric Margolis: Realpolitik Is Not a Pretty Sight

  • Decent people may be shocked by reading about Washington's heavy-handed treatment of friends and foes alike, its bullying, use of diplomats as junior-grade spies, and snide remarks about world leaders.

    Eric Margolis: Realpolitik Is Not a Pretty Sight

  • Decent people may be shocked by reading about Washington's heavy-handed treatment of friends and foes alike, its bullying, use of diplomats as junior-grade spies, and snide remarks about world leaders.

    Eric Margolis: Realpolitik Is Not a Pretty Sight

  • Decent people may be shocked by reading about Washington's heavy-handed treatment of friends and foes alike, its bullying, use of diplomats as junior-grade spies, and snide remarks about world leaders.

    Eric Margolis: Realpolitik Is Not a Pretty Sight

  • Storywise, we're now in the third season, Gomez just got promoted to junior-grade lieutenant, and we're concurrent with "The Hunted."

    Shakespeare's Insult 6 February

  • Picked up a few pieces of shrapnel—enough for a junior-grade Purple Heart, I guess.

    Brotherhood of Heroes

  • Picked up a few pieces of shrapnel—enough for a junior-grade Purple Heart, I guess.

    Brotherhood of Heroes

  • Handsome, in a rakish, indolent sort of way, Nassau-Siegen was a junior-grade version of Potemkin.

    John Paul Jones

  • Handsome, in a rakish, indolent sort of way, Nassau-Siegen was a junior-grade version of Potemkin.

    John Paul Jones

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