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Pronunciation:

[m_ˈeɪ_dʒ_ə], [mˈe͡ɪd͡ʒə], [mˈe‍ɪd‍ʒə]
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Synonyms for Major:

major (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Major:

  1. cager, stager, pager, wager;

Quotes for Major:

  1. I feel that I want what allows me to reach the largest number of people as possible, and I don't feel ashamed of that. I think I'm the kind of artist that's meant to be on a major label because my music is different. Jon Crosby.
  2. It used to be that you'd have a song recorded by a major country artist and if it was a hit, you could buy a car. Now you can buy a dealership. Tom T. Hall.
  3. I told myself I'd stay in until I reached major and then go on and do something else. Russel Honore.

Idioms of Major:

  1. major in sth;

Adjectives for Major:

  • gaunt well-bred,
  • intelligent, striking,
  • white-haired, florid,
  • small, blue-uniformed,
  • small, sardonic,
  • bearded and balding,
  • forceful little,
  • suave young,
  • slender, blond,
  • gentle irish,
  • brave and efficient,
  • dark handsome,
  • certain imperial,
  • short stocky,
  • skinny young,
  • horrid black,
  • tall and thin,
  • small irish,
  • muddy brown,
  • bloody awful,
  • financial and commercial,
  • powerful and wealthy,
  • mad old,
  • tall, dark,
  • brave old,
  • more expensive,
  • several new,
  • poor dear,
  • white-haired,
  • bearded,
  • financial,
  • intelligent,
  • slender,
  • powerful,
  • normally tranquil and civilized,
  • zealous but somewhat commonplace,
  • naive, big,
  • gallant and hospitable,
  • admiral and seneschal,
  • reluctant but helpless,
  • gallant and gigantic,
  • old thangal,
  • guilty, thangal,
  • mangled and heroic,
  • still alive but senseless,
  • perturbed and restless,
  • eloquent and gallant,
  • evidently nervous and uncomfortable,
  • open and welcome,
  • severe but warm-hearted,
  • old, red-faced,
  • tranquil and civilized,
  • gallant and eloquent,
  • brilliant and big-hearted,
  • lovable and brilliant,
  • late facetious,
  • evidently nervous,
  • certain good-looking,
  • venerable and patriotic,
  • normally tranquil,
  • divisional signal,
  • wrong-headed old,
  • silent, serious,
  • worthy and gallant,
  • quiet, dear,
  • old cromwellian,
  • impatient old,
  • pitiless old,
  • fat french,
  • gay, handsome,
  • old idiot,
  • observant little,
  • ill, dear,
  • brave and heroic,
  • gallant but unfortunate,
  • peppery old,
  • short, sturdy,
  • big, hulking,
  • certain irish,
  • gray-haired old,
  • own late,
  • silent little,
  • such wise,
  • still alive,
  • crafty old,
  • big bad,
  • worthy old,
  • young french,
  • gallant little,
  • grizzled old,
  • stout old,
  • nice old,
  • great and good,
  • perturbed,
  • brave little,
  • grim old,
  • fat old,
  • quiet little,
  • lovable,
  • mangled,
  • zealous,
  • tranquil,
  • naive,
  • senseless,
  • eloquent,
  • reluctant,
  • guilty,
  • uncomfortable,
  • ill,
  • admiral,
  • venerable,
  • worthy,
  • severe,
  • gay,
  • silent,
  • brilliant,
  • quiet,
  • tall,
  • big,
  • open,
  • short,
  • old,
  • great,
  • small, elder,
  • youthful triumphant,
  • rubicund little,
  • same punctual,
  • small, middle-aged,
  • indulgent old,
  • stout little,
  • good honest,
  • brave,
  • stout senior,
  • virtuous and patriotic,
  • gallant and unfortunate,
  • late venerable,
  • gallant old,
  • long last,
  • tough old,
  • fat little,
  • virtuous,
  • present cavalier,
  • indefatigable old,
  • late unlamented,
  • poor little,
  • most excellent,
  • small,
  • much preferred,
  • gallant,
  • dear old,
  • good old,
  • poor old.
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