The Senate majority Leader, a former boxer, was accused of trying to help the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
In neighborhoods such as Harlem, 33 percent of students attend charter schools, a majority of them black or Latino.
Cairo was always there in both my novels before and in the majority of the short stories.
I was thrilled by my own victory and also pleased that I would be serving in the majority.
A majority of people in this country are already dissatisfied with the size and power of the federal government.
It must be allowed that Mill has the best of it, at least with the majority of readers.
If the minority will not acquiesce, the majority must, or the Government must cease.
In early life he had even been proud of doubting that which the majority of men believe.
"That's three to one, Emma, and the majority rules," evaded Grace.
Now let us see what kind of an America the New York police presented to the eyes of the majority of the population of the city.
1550s, "condition of being greater, superiority," from Middle French majorité (16c.), from Medieval Latin majoritatem (nominative majoritas) "majority," from Latin maior "greater" (see major (adj.)). Sense of "state of being of full age" is attested from 1560s; meaning "greater number or part" (of votes, etc.) first recorded 1690s. The majority "the dead" recorded from 1719.