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winnings

noun as in jackpot

Strongest match

noun as in plunder

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Armstrong once gave a competing cycling team $50,000 to ensure he would win a race and net nearly $1 million in winnings.

He took his winnings in one lump sum and, at the urging of his financial adviser, invested most of it.

The couple stayed in Fort Wayne and decided to take their winnings over a 25-year period.

The stakes could be tremendous, however, with thousands of pounds in winnings resulting from a single well-placed bet.

THE NEWSWEEK DAILY BEAST COMPANY WILL REPORT ANY INDIVIDUAL WINNINGS TO PERTINENT TAX AUTHORITIES AS REQUIRED BY LAW.

“Monsieur,” said the Comte de Lussigny with dignity, stuffing his winnings into his jacket pocket.

I meant to pouch my winnings and go straight to my wife and say, 'Peccavi,' and I should hear her say to me, 'Go and sin no more.'

Pierre, very hot in the face, pocketed his winnings and belted on the gun.

And then, as she was in the act of sweeping her winnings into her gold bag, she saw the man opposite.

She had had no time to count her winnings, but at least she knew that she could pay back every penny she owed.

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On this page you'll find 230 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to winnings, such as: donation, earnings, gain, profit, return, and accomplishment.

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

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