prized[ prahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF prized
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIZED
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.