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junior

1. Brit of or relating to schoolchildren between the ages of 7 and 11 approximately
2. US of, relating to, or designating the third year of a four-year course at college or high school
3. Law (in England) any barrister below the rank of Queen's Counsel
4. Brit a junior schoolchild
5. US a junior student

junior

[′jün·yər]
(optics)
A 1000- or 2000-watt Fresnel spotlight.

Junior

(Red Skelton) “the mean widdle kid.” [Radio: “The Red Skelton Show” in Buxton, 197]
References in classic literature ?
With Barnacle junior, he signified his desire to confer; and found that young gentleman singeing the calves of his legs at the parental fire, and supporting his spine against the mantel-shelf.
My father's not in the way, and won't be in the way to-day,' said Barnacle Junior. 'Is this anything that I can do?'
Barnacle Junior quite frightened and feeling all round himself, but not able to find it.)
About this time Thersites Junior really began to make something like a reputation, and to walk abroad habitually with a bank-note comfortably lodged among the other papers in his pocketbook.
"DEAR SIR--Please advertise a series of twelve Racy Prints, from my fertile pencil, entitled, 'Scenes of Modern Prison Life,' by Thersites Junior. The two first designs will be ready by the end of the week, to be paid for on delivery, according to the terms settled between us for my previous publications of the same size.
This inexplicable fact occupied the intellect of Poiret junior for the space of two weeks; and he never knew how the phenomenon was produced.
The old gentleman had advanced Todd from being a clerk to be a junior partner in his establishment.
"Hold on, father, don't send that money," said Peter Winn, Junior. "Number Eight is ready, and I know I've at last got that reefing down fine.
This isn't my work as a rule; but the man who should have come is ill, and his junior can't sketch, so they sent me!
"Oh, they are all Dorothys and Daniels, some being Juniors and some Double-Juniors.
I live well, I sleep peacefully, I retain my health, I can ruffle it with my juniors. In fact, it is a pleasure to see me.
Sam, loud and overbearing as he was, she rather regretted when he went, for he was clever and intelligent, and glad to be employed in any errand in the town; and though spurning the remonstrances of Susan, given as they were, though very reasonable in themselves, with ill-timed and powerless warmth, was beginning to be influenced by Fanny's services and gentle persuasions; and she found that the best of the three younger ones was gone in him: Tom and Charles being at least as many years as they were his juniors distant from that age of feeling and reason, which might suggest the expediency of making friends, and of endeavouring to be less disagreeable.