Examples from the Web for junius
It cannot be denied that the style of Junius is much like that of Paine.
All these delightful qualities must have lovingly united in the character of Junius.
This is true of Junius; for the troubles which called him forth are well known to be those of America.
Look at Boyd's other writings: he never did write like Junius; and never could write like Junius.
In this universal calm I will bring Junius forth to speak for himself.
British Dictionary definitions for junius
Word Origin and History for junius
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.