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adjective as in dear

adjective as in dear

adjective as in liked

adjective as in precious

adjective as in valued

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Alternatively, you could have added up the total amount of prize money across all the cases and then divided by 30.

If your emails contain words like “rich”, “deal”, “prize”, “purchase”, “order”, and more.

The ultimate prize here, though, is whether such brands can use Amazon as a launching pad to attract consumers all on their own merit and through their own channels.

From Fortune

Rather than award you the prize money associated with that clue, it instead allows you to double your current winnings or wager up to $1,000 should you have less than that.

Eric Church’s winChurch always plays it so cool under those sunglasses, but it’s a pretty big deal to any artist to win entertainer of the year, the most prestigious prize during country music’s biggest moment in the national spotlight.

Cuban athletes have been highly prized in the U.S. despite the embargo—and even because of it.

During the colonial period the Punjabi Muslims formed the prized martial class for the British Raj.

Unsurprisingly many of the prized lots relate to the Second World War.

Its spine, too, “‘hubbed’ as the most prized European classics are,” is decorated with delicate gold squiggles and a star.

Vincent unlocks the glass case and pulls out his $3.2 million prized possession.

But the new Marshal cared little for the life of a courtier, much as he prized his military distinctions.

If he had lost a son, he had found, what he seems to have prized quite as much, a fertile theme for invective.

Here they prized up one side of the track to a height of four feet, placing a secure foundation under it.

The next morning I went off and bought two dress-suitcases and a straw basket, which were to hold my most prized treasures.

His orations were most highly prized by the ancients, who wrote innumerable commentaries on them, most of which are lost.

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On this page you'll find 264 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prized, such as: admired, cherished, dear, esteemed, favorite, and hallowed.

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