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See definition of laureate on Dictionary.com
  • as incelebrated
  • as inimmortal
  • as inpoet laureate
  • as indecorate
  • as ingrace

synonyms for laureate

  • acclaimed
  • lionized
  • revered
  • big
  • big-name
  • eminent
  • famed
  • glorious
  • great
  • high-powered
  • high-profile
  • illustrious
  • immortal
  • important
  • large
  • notable
  • number one
  • numero uno
  • outstanding
  • popular
  • preeminent
  • prominent
  • renowned
  • storied
  • up there
  • well-known
See also synonyms for: laureates
  • glorious
  • heroic
  • epic
  • genius
  • paragon
  • celebrated
  • eminent
  • illustrious
  • storied

antonyms for laureate

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  • inglorious
  • obscure
  • plain
  • unknown
      • condemn
      • decrease
      • degrade
      • demote
      • denounce
      • disgrace
      • dishonor
      • humiliate
      • hurt
      • lower
      • reduce
      • shame
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      How to use laureate in a sentence

      Myanmar’s military assumed control of the country in a coup on Monday, ousting the democratically elected government led by Aung San Suu Kyi, and arresting the Nobel laureate and several leaders of her party in early-morning raids.
      HOW MYANMAR'S FRAGILE PUSH FOR DEMOCRACY COLLAPSED IN A MILITARY COUPAMY GUNIAFEBRUARY 1, 2021TIME
      When Janet Yellen became chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in 1997, her husband, economic Nobel laureate George Akerlof, took full leave from his tenured post in Berkeley University’s economics department to support her career.
      JANET YELLEN’S GREATEST MISTAKES WILL HAUNT HER TOUGHEST JOB YETROYA WOLVERSONJANUARY 26, 2021QUARTZ
      Everything about this inauguration seemed an effort to soothe a nation, from Garth Brooks’s simple rendition of “Amazing Grace,” to the young poet laureate Amanda Gorman who spoke of the need to step into our history before we can move beyond it.
      DEMOCRACY SURVIVED, BARELYROBIN GIVHANJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
      Anyone who meets the prize committee’s nomination criteria — heads of state, former laureates and selected academics, to name a few — can offer a nomination.
      A NOBEL PURSUIT GONE WRONG?TRACY MORANOCTOBER 11, 2020OZY
      The group in December named Rowling one of its Ripple of Hope laureates for her founding of Lumos, which works to get children worldwide out of orphanages and into families.
      J.K. ROWLING IS RETURNING A HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD CONNECTED TO THE KENNEDY FAMILYRADMARYAAUGUST 28, 2020FORTUNE
      The Laureate is among the English poets evidently the great favorite of our guide: the choice does honor to his head and heart.
      LITTLE TRAVELS AND ROADSIDE SKETCHESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
      At the Floral Games he who is crowned poet-laureate chooses the Queen, and she crowns him with a wreath of olive leaves.
      FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
      Until the appearance of the biography referred to, we had known the Laureate almost wholly through his books.
      BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME XIIIJOHN LORD
      Robert Bridges, the present poet-laureate, also deserves especial mention.
      THE COMPLETE CLUB BOOK FOR WOMENCAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
      After the death of his friend Southey, the mantle of the Poet Laureate fell upon him.
      A HISTORY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, YEAR BY YEAREDWIN EMERSON
      SYNONYM OF THE DAY
      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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      WORDS RELATED TO LAUREATE

      • acclaimed
      • big
      • big-name
      • eminent
      • famed
      • glorious
      • great
      • high-powered
      • high-profile
      • illustrious
      • immortal
      • important
      • large
      • laureate
      • lionized
      • notable
      • number one
      • numero uno
      • outstanding
      • popular
      • preeminent
      • prominent
      • renowned
      • revered
      • storied
      • up there
      • well-known
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