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prize money

noun as in winnable money

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She earned more than $37 million in endorsements and prize money last year, according to Forbes, edging Williams as the world’s highest-paid female athlete.

Most of the players’ claims are tied to prize money for winning the World Cup, which they accomplished in 2015 and 2019.

However, prize money is controlled by FIFA, soccer’s global governing body.

Viewers were offered the chance to win $10,000 in prize money, much of it donated personally by Guam Visitors Bureau members and others who worked on the app, if they could prove they downloaded the app during the program.

With very few exceptions, even the best athletes do not make their living from a pursuit where many of the most ballyhooed events offer no prize money whatsoever.

While the winners will take home the prize money and title, the eliminated contestants can hardly be considered losers.

The first girl to rate 300 guys on the app won the prize money.

The change in the cost of borrowing is just the prize money for your winner.

The loan market (the prize money if you like) determined by the LIBOR rate, is worth some 10 trillion dollars annually.

The judges then ask questions, give opinions, and decide whether or not to award prize money.

And Jack come home from a long cruise, with prize-money in his pockets, was as ostentatious as any nouveau riche.

But when a man did receive his pay, together with his prize-money, he was like a school-boy out at play.

Mrs. Morse did not wish her daughter to use the prize money for their general needs.

An estate of £7000 a year, besides heaps of prize-money funded.

The commander of a fleet or squadron, one-twentieth part prize money awarded to any vessel or vessels under his immediate command.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prize money, such as: jackpot, reward, cash prize, and door prize.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.