Origin of major-league
Definition for major-league (2 of 2)
Origin of major league
Related formsma·jor-lea·guer, noun
Examples from the Web for major-league
The team is affiliated with the Seattle Mariners, and exists at the mercy of its major-league benefactor.This Is What Baseball Looks Like in the Lowliest Minor Leagues|Nicholas Mancusi|May 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Romney, as a career management consultant, has to show that he can manage a major-league campaign.Romney ‘Victims’ Video Digs Hole for Campaign Damaged by Infighting|Howard Kurtz|September 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“He was in a league of his own, the first player from Kinheim to become a major-league player,” says Jager.
And in both countries, U.S. major-league teams have set up an elaborate and formalized recruiting network.Wilson Ramos Kidnapping Highlights Baseball's Dangerous Venezuela Pipeline|Aram Roston|November 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
“For Desiree, this was sort of a step down,” says one major-league Democrat of her duties in the administration.
He would own one major-league team, at least; perhaps three or four.Bunker Bean|Harry Leon Wilson