Antonyms for awarded

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The tragedy competition was over, and the prizes had been awarded.

I never doubted for a moment but that it would be awarded to me unanimously.

Also, in the grand distribution of Austrian prize money, Bismarck was awarded $300,000.

Still it was hers, awarded to her because of keenness of brain and faithfulness of action.

The thing was clear as day, and so they awarded him the stakes.

Montana women were awarded seven medals at the World's Fair in Chicago in 1893.

So I used it––that is, the suggestion I got from it, and was awarded the bridge on my plans.

The viewers had awarded the government bounty without a quibble.

It is said that he was awarded damages to the extent of $800.

He was, indeed, the recipient of other honours not often awarded for scientific distinction.