In this new land, education will be every citizen's most prized possession.
He prized him as an heir rather than treasured him as a son.
But it was almost enough—almost, not quite, dearly as she prized it.
Surely what they prized so highly must have had real and lasting worth?
What are all the felicities I talk of, and have prized so much?
This oration should be prized, so to speak, for its "ancient simplicity."
A quaint and charming place, known and prized by a select few.
The qualities he most prized in boys were courage, purity, veracity.
But she prized only those which her husband had given to her.
I know that gems are prized as bringing safety when one has a fall.