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Synonyms for prize

Synonyms for prize

something given in return for a service or accomplishment

a memento received as a symbol of excellence or victory

a person or thing worth catching

someone or something considered exceptionally precious

the superlative or most preferable part of something


to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

to have the highest regard for

goods or property seized unlawfully, especially by a victor in wartime

Synonyms for prize

something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery

goods or money obtained illegally

to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open

Related Words

of superior grade

References in periodicals archive ?
The non winning groups Remnant International College and SLU Laboratory High School will each receive P55,000 consolation prize.
In cooking competition first, second and third positions were given to Sara Mehboob, Iman Naseer, Syed Laiba Hussain, respectively while consolation prize was given to Huma Ashfaq.
The consolation prizes will be the starlets I will bring.
She secured the PS57,000 consolation prize after placing an PS8 bet on the Irish Lottery at the shop on December 18 at 11.
The Athens posting was a consolation prize from President Nicos Anastasiades for Kenevezos having to quit his cabinet post when DIKO withdrew from the government earlier this year.
Among the senior group who debated the pro's and con's of the smartphone application, first prize went to Syeda Sanabar Sajid (DPS), second to Imam Shakeel (IIPSR) and third to Adnan Shakeel (IIPSR), and a consolation prize went to Sumayyah Moin (DPS).
In the culture category Junaid Juhi, student of the Department of Management Sciences, grabbed 1st position, Wajid Noor, student of the Department of Journalism secured 2nd position, Hidayat-ur-Rehman of the Department of Journalism got 3rd position while Haider Ali, student of the Department of Pharmacy was awarded a consolation prize.
According to the New York Post, for the banking duo, landing the lead on Twitter's credit line is a sort of consolation prize after losing out on the more lucrative lead role in the microblogging site's IPO.
Before CMDCM(SW/AW) Steven Seals transferred from NAVSUP FLC Norfolk and turned over his Command Master Chief duties to CMDCM John Martin, he left a "parting gift" for the command, but it is neither a consolation prize nor an insignificant token item.
I seem to recall, however, that there was a consolation prize, an under 21 international match was played at the Wrexham Racecourse, and the kick off was 4pm when many fans were still at work
The cupboard was bare by the time I turned up and I was left with a sad sandwich as a consolation prize.
The deal is d xt is something of a consolation prize for Fuller after its bid to buy the Capital Pub Company's 34 London sites was trumped by rival Greene King.
In most circles, sorbet gets a bad rap as a dieter's consolation prize.
So Billy Joe reluctantly Duty bound he went to war To kill some other quiet boys On some far distant shore We're truly deeply sorry She heard the Captain say Billy Joe died for his country You must be proud of him today He pinned on her a medal Tears well'd in her eyes She took the flag he gave her A consolation prize Billy Joe was not a fighter He was just a quiet boy Never took to guns and things And killing brought no joy Billy Joe was not a fighter He was just a quiet boy He was just a quiet boy by Dowie Rice, Mollington, Nr Chester