minor

512 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[mˈa͡ɪnə], [mˈa‍ɪnə], [m_ˈaɪ_n_ə]
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Synonyms for Minor:

small (adjective)

baby, bantam, beggarly, compact, deficient, delicate, diminutive, dwarfish, itty-bitty, little, meager, microscopic, miniature, minimal, minute, miserly, modest, negligible, niggardly, nugatory, paltry, petite, picayune, piddling, pocket, puny, scant, scanty, scrawny, short, slight, slim, small, smallish, spare, sparing, stingy, teensy, teeny, teeny-weeny, tiny, toy, trifling, ungenerous, wee, weeny.

adolescent (noun)

adolescent, junior, juvenile, teen, teenager, young man, young woman, youth.

youngster (noun)

boy, child, fledgling, girl, infant, innocent, kid, lad, lass, newborn, sapling, slip, sprig, sprout, stripling, toddler, urchin, waif, youngster.

Other synonyms and related words:

Colt, Dialect gossoon, Farmer, JR, Juvenal, Palmer, Picayunish, Remissible, Youngling, abbot, academic specialty, accessory, alternate, ancillary, anonymous, area, assignat, aurelia, auxiliary, average, babe, baby bird, babyish, back burner, bairn, bambino, bank note, bantling, barbarian, baseborn, beadsman, belittled, below, below the mark, beneath, beside the point, bill, bill of exchange, blueback, boor, brat, bratling, budding, bush, bush-league, cadet, calf, callant, callow, canon regular, canon secular, casual, caterpillar, cenobite, changeling, chela, chicken, childish, chit, chord, chromatic, chrysalis, churl, classic morris car, classical education, claw, clubs, cocoon, codlin, codling, common, commonplace, conventual, core curriculum, coupon, course, course of study, crown, cub, curriculum, damsel, debenture, demeaning, demoiselle, dependant, dependent, details, dewy, diamonds, diminished, dinky, disadvantaged, discipline, dispensable, docendo discimus, dominant, elective, electric razor, electric shaver, elf, exchequer bill, excusable, expendable, extraneous, fair, few, field, flat, flea-bite, foal, foetus, foolish, forgivable, friar, frivolous, frothy, fry, general education, general studies, green, greenback, growing, hearts, hobbledehoy, hopeful, humanities, humble, hundi, illegitimate, immaterial, immature, imp, imperfect, impubic, in the midst, in the shade, inappreciable, incidental, inconsequent, inconsequential, inconsiderable, inconspicuous, indifferent, indirect, inessential, inexperienced, infantile, inferior, infra dig, ingenuous, inglorious, insignificant, insubstantial, intact, irrelevant, jet, juicy, key, key signature, keynote, kidskin, kitten, kyd, laddie, lamb, lambkin, larva, lassie, lay brother, least, less, less important, less than, lesser, liberal arts, light, lightweight, limited, little child, little one, little-known, littler, lour, low, low-level, lower, lowercase, lowly, mademoiselle, maid, maiden, major, major coin, major denomination, major key, major suit, marginal, master, meagre, mean, measly, mediant, mediocre, medium, meek, mendicant, mere, micro, microscopical, middling, mild, mini, minor denomination, minor key, minor league, minors, minus, minuscule, minutiae, molehill, money order, monk, naive, nestling, new-fledged, next to, niggling, nipper, nitty-gritty, no big deal, no great shakes, nominal, non-critical, non-essential, nonaged, nonessential, not much cop, not vital, nymph, nympha, obscure, of little account, of little importance, of low quality, of no account, olive branch, one-horse, order, ordinary, orphan, paper money, pardonable, peanut, peasant, pedal point, penny ante, peripheral, petit, petty, pickaninny, pilgrim, pillarist, pincer, pip-squeak, pocket-size, pocket-sized, pocketable, poor, postal money order, potty, prepubescent, prior, proseminar, pubescent, puerile, pullet, punk, pup, pupa, pupil, quadrivium, quaenocent docent, qui docet discit, rascal, raw, reduced, refresher course, remittable, rinky-dink, ripening, sap, sappy, schoolboy, schoolchild, schoolgirl, schoolmaster abroad, scientific education, scion, second, second rank, second-rate, second-string, secondary, secondrate, seedling, seminar, servile, shallow, shaver, shinplaster, shoestring, side, silly, small beer, small face, small fry, small-scale, small-time, smaller, smallest, smalltime, spades, specialty, spray, sprog, spurt, staddle, study, stylite, sub, subaltern, subatomic, subdiscipline, subdominant, subject, submediant, subordinate, subordinate to, subscript, subservient, subsidiary, subsidiary subject, substandard, subtonic, superficial, supertonic, supplementary, tacky, tad, tadpole, tangential, technical, technical education, teenage, teener, teeny-bopper, teenybopper, tender, tendril, third rank, tiddler, tike, token, tolerable, tolerated, tonality, tonic, tonic key, tot, tributary, trivial, trivium, tuppenny-halfpenny, two-bit, twopenny, twopenny-halfpenny, tyke, unadult, unconsidered, under, under legal age, underage, underage person, underprivileged, undersized, undeveloped, undistinguished, unessential, unfledged, unformed, unheard-of, unimportant, unimposing, unimpressive, unknown, unlicked, unlikely, unmellowed, unnamed, unnecessary, unnoteworthy, unnoticeable, unnoticed, unostentatious, unripe, unseasoned, unsophisticated, unsubstantial, unsung, useless, valueless, venial, vernal, vicarious, virginal, vulgar, ward, warrant, whelp, whiffet, whippersnapper, whipster, worse, worthless, young, young 'un, young adult, young boy, young fellow, young goat, young hopeful, young lady, young people, young person, younger, youngest, youngun, younker, youthful.

Rhymes for Minor:

  1. miner, finer, shiner, liner, wiener, diner, signer, whiner, niner;
  2. refiner, recliner, designer;

Quotes for Minor:

  1. Once you agree upon the price you and your family must pay for success, it enables you to ignore the minor hurts, the opponent's pressure, and the temporary failures. Vince Lombardi.
  2. If you are used to going five innings and then go six or seven, you won't have your good stuff. They need to start that from the minor leagues and give pitchers strong arms. Juan Marichal.
  3. I love the tradition of Dickens, where even the most minor walk -on characters are twitching and particular and alive. Donna Tartt.

Idioms of Minor:

  1. minor in sth;