[joon-yuh s] /ˈdʒun yəs/
the pen name of the unknown author of a series of letters published in a London newspaper (1769–72), attacking the British king and his ministers’ abuse of royal prerogative in denying John Wilkes his seat in Parliament.
Franciscus, 1589–1677, English philologist, born in Germany.
pen name of the anonymous author of a series of letters (1769–72) attacking the ministries of George III of England: now generally believed to have been written by Sir Philip Francis
masc. proper name, from Latin Junius, name of a Roman gens. The pseudonym of the author of a famous series of letters in the “Public Advertiser” from 1768-1772.
noun 1. sculptural assemblage constructed from discarded materials, as glass, scrap metal, plastic, and wood.
[juhngk] /dʒʌŋk/ noun 1. any old or discarded material, as metal, paper, or rags. 2. anything that is regarded as worthless, meaningless, or contemptible; trash. 3. old cable or cordage used when untwisted for making gaskets, swabs, oakum, etc. 4. Nautical Slang. . 5. Baseball Slang. relatively slow, unorthodox pitches that are deceptive to the […]
modifier : Eddy Lopat, another ”junk ball” pitcher noun A deceptive and unorthodox pitch; junk (1950s+ Baseball)
noun, Finance. 1. any corporate bond with a low rating and a high yield, often involving high risk. noun 1. (finance) a security that offers a high yield but often involves a high risk of default noun phrase A bond having high yield but relatively little security, used as a payment for one company by […]