Prize synonyms

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Something offered as an inducement, like a carrot dangled before a donkey's nose
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A reward or prize, esp. one offered free or at a special low price as an added inducement to buy or do something; bonus
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The definition of a reward is something paid to a person for the return of something.
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A trophy or medal; something that denotes an accomplishment, especially in a competition. A prize or honor based on merit.
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Anything done or given as a sign of great respect, approval, appreciation, etc.
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A stamped or cast metal object (usually a disc), particularly one awarded as a prize or reward.
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The definition of a decoration is an item used to make a room or thing more beautiful, or a medal given as an awarding.
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A representation of this on a medal
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The part of a glove or mitten that covers the palm of the hand.
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The highest, primary, or most valuable part, attribute, or state:
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(Mining) A metal gutter placed round a mine shaft on the inside, to catch water running down inside the shaft and run it into a drainpipe.
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An award or honor given for excellence.
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An order issued by a law enforcement officer to appear in court at a specific time to defend oneself against the criminal allegations contained in the order. See also summons.
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The activity, methods or attainments of a scholar.
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The status or position of one who is awarded such a grant.
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(Law) Misrepresentation that leads a person to enter into a contract or transaction with a false understanding of the risks and obligations:
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A beneficial factor or combination of factors:
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A peculiar benefit, advantage, or favor; a right or immunity not enjoyed by others or by all; special enjoyment of a good, or exemption from an evil or burden; a prerogative; advantage; franchise; preferential treatment.
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The spoils of a win; something that has been won
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The largest prize or reward in various games or contests.
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An available amount of money or resources:
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The definition of a windfall is something blown by wind, or unexpected good fortune.
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A reward, premium, or allowance, esp. one given by a government for killing certain harmful animals, raising certain crops, etc.
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A sum of money paid by a government to a war veteran.
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Public offices and their benefits regarded as the peculiar property of a successful party or faction, to be bestowed for its own advantage; -- commonly in the plural; as
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Loot taken from the enemy; spoils of war
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An instance of plundering
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The act of looting
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That which compensates for an injury.
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(Idiomatic) An accomplishment; particularly one that is flaunted or boasted of.
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An identifying name given to a book, play, film, musical composition, or other work.
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A competition or series of competitions held to determine a winner.
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Accumulated or stored wealth in the form of money, jewels, or other valuables:
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Anything prized for its beauty and value, esp. if small and perfect of its kind
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Merit; worth
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(Now literary) A reward, prize or recompense for a service; an accolade.
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(Informal) Something coming as a climax or culmination to a series of events, esp. when unexpected or improbable
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Payment or benefit in excess of what is expected or required.
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A plum is defined as the smooth-skinned fruit of the prunus tree, or a bluish-red color.
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A long drive, especially transporting/hauling heavy cargo.
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The process of photographing such a shot
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To determine or estimate the worth or value of; appraise.
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To regard as; consider:
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To hold dear; feel or show love for
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Appreciate is defined as being grateful to someone.
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(Scots) To be pleased.
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Worthy of the greatest honor or distinction:
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A skillful chef.
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A social courtesy or privilege
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Plural form of laurel
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An event or contest, especially a horserace, the result of which determines the winner of such a lottery.
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Best means in the greatest advantage or manner.
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To get (something required), usually quickly or for a brief period:
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To beat into a creamy consistency.
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To decorate or set with jewels
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(Finance) To borrow against (one's assets) in order to speculate
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To provoke:
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(Printing) To make a stereotype or electrotype from.
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To get (a carburetor, etc.) into operation by adding extra fuel
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Simple past tense and past participle of seize
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(Intransitive) Of food, to become bad, sour or rancid; to decay. [from 17th c.]
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(Informal) To furnish with money or resources
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Inferior; mediocre; inadequate
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Most inferior; doing the least good.
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Punishment is the act of inflicting a consequence or penalty on someone as a result of their wrongdoing, or the consequence or penalty itself.
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Responsibility for a fault or wrong
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value highly
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To regard with dislike or repugnance
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To feel dislike or distaste for:
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To have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like. [from 16th c.]
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Compensation for services that do not have a predetermined value.
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An opportunity to achieve wealth or success; a prize or reward:
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Any person or thing regarded as like a pearl in some way, as in size, shape, color, beauty, value, etc.
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The superlative or most preferable part of something
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Aster: unpredictability, love, content, dainty
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(Nautical) A platform enclosing the head of each mast of a sailing ship, to which the topmast rigging is attached.
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Respect is defined as to feel or show esteem or honor for someone or something.
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The act of plundering
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Money, especially when acquired or spent illegally or improperly; swag.
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(Countable) Someone or something wished for.
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Better is defined as the person in authority, or the thing that is more preferable.
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To give praise to.
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Plural form of crime
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A tendency to be springy; resilience
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Having a high degree of excellence:
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Chosen in preference to another or others; picked out, esp. for excellence or some special quality; picked
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(Slang) Stolen money or property; loot; plunder
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(Idiomatic) Money that is illegally gained, illegally transferred or illegally utilized, especially money gained through forgery, bribery, or thievery.
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To force (open) with a lever; to pry.
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To raise, move, or force with a pry
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A simple machine consisting of a bar that pivots on a fixed support, or fulcrum , and is used to transmit torque . A force applied by pushing down on one end of the lever results in a force pushing up at the other end. If the fulcrum is not positioned in the middle of the lever, then the force applied to one end will not yield the same force on the other, since the torque must be the same on either side of the fulcrum. Levers, like gears, can thus be used to increase the force available from a mechanical power source.
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To use a jimmy on; pry open with a jimmy or similar tool
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Honor and glory won for great achievement.
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An ornamental, usually metal, cup with a stem and base, given as a prize
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Synonym Study

  • Premium , in this connection, applies to a reward offered as an inducement to greater effort or production to pay a premium for advance delivery
  • Reward usually refers to something given in recompense for a good deed or for merit a reward was offered for the return of the lost briefcase
  • Award implies a decision by judges but does not connote overt competition we received an award for the best news story of the year
  • Prize applies to something won in competition or, often, in a lottery or game of chance she won first prize in the golf tournament
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