junior-grade junior-grade


  • (adj) inferior in rank or status



  1. There have been so many requests coming in by mail and telephone to locate this, that and the other that I am beginning to feel like a junior-grade private eye.
  2. For Mello, a junior-grade electrician, the change will reduce her wages from $14.
  3. Within 42 hours, police, swarming into the integrated area around the Penn campus, collared all eleven of the junior-grade thugs, aged 15 to 19.
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