senior

All Adjective Noun
142,103 examples (0.15 sec)
  • It would have been clear to the public which emperor was the more senior.
  • He remained a senior assistant for the rest of his three-year civil service career.
  • There are three senior non-league football clubs based in the city.
  • He made his senior debut for the Netherlands national team that same year.
  • She decided to move with her mother into an apartment for senior citizens.
  • Former members of the society have gone on to senior positions in the media and business.
  • After senior secondary school, students go to university for higher studies.
  • Some troops stood down and many senior officers were away for the weekend.
  • As a fifth-year senior, he served as co-captain.
  • Once signed, some learn to play better football and some advance to the senior or professional teams.
  • Then he went one better and got his hands on an All-Ireland senior medal.
  • He nevertheless married the daughter of a senior British army officer.
  • He was elected captain as a fifth-year senior.
  • This made him the most senior non-commissioned member of the Canadian Forces.
  • During his senior year, he managed the football team.
  • The City Mayor is the senior public official and also the director of city operations.
  • He was their second child, with a sister, Jean, five years his senior.
  • Nevertheless he worked more often and more closely with Lincoln than any other senior official.
  • He dropped out of school in his senior year to become a stand-up comedian.
  • Other organizations across Canada perform senior league Canadian football during the summer.
  • Next »

Meaning of senior

  • noun An undergraduate student during the year preceding graduation
  • adjective Older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service
    senior officer