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noun as in goal; best

verb as in value highly

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Total approximate retail value of all prizes awarded is $ 3899.97.

Prizes may not be exchanged or redeemed for cash, sold, or traded.

Prizes may not be exchanged for cash or any other consideration.

The prizes are impressive and give a window into just what sort of presents people give the pope.

Jazz is now entrenched in high schools and colleges, and gets honored with Pulitzer Prizes and genius grants.

The prizes were plate, and the profits were to be expended in repairing the havens of the kingdom.

We don't even have real big prizes—just a dinky little spoon sitting up on the mantel-piece to excite us as if it was a tiara.

He therefore fitted five out of near thirty small prizes to accompany him, and built a galley frigate to land with.

All the women who compete for these - 77 - prizes will be assembled on the grand staircase before the orchestra.

He won prizes for classics and for verse-writing, and the vacations he spent as a tutor in the western Highlands.


On this page you'll find 98 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prizes, such as: trophy, jackpot, crown, championship, advantage, and gold.

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