Antonyms for awards

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And who awards not to Milton the richest medal in the Temple of the Muses!

It pulls the fools from high places and awards only one crown—merit.

Truth to tell, Laurence believed but dimly in the day of awards.

Those we took from the cities have been awarded; we cannot disallow the awards that have been made already.

After the contest, tea was served in the gymnasium, where the awards were given out.

You must allow me to introduce him to you when the awards have been made.

As we shall see, there is no respect of persons in appointing the awards.

They show their composition to the master, who corrects it, and awards to each, so many merits.

What is he to do if his awards are laughed at and made a mockery of, as they are and will be?

The value of awards obtained in this way is, of course, evident.