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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

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BEN Quick, desperately unlucky to go out of the Derby first round is well fancied to make 'The Scope 480' a consolation prize in the third of the four welndowed opens included in Monmore's charity meeting tonight.
The creation of the task force was a consolation prize to the fledgling cable industry, which had just suffered a series of humiliating regulatory defeats with rules protecting TV broadcasters from their new rivals.
Edgar Hoover's ridiculous ambition to be in charge of foreign intelligence, gave him as a consolation prize the government employee loyalty program.
Just one week after narrowly missing the 2005 Championship Off-Road Racing (CORR) Drivers' Championship, Nissan (Nasdaq:NSANY) NISMO Frontier driver Chad Hord received a great consolation prize -- the biggest payout of his racing career -- by winning both Pro-Lite Class races at the Nissan Off-Road Nationals Shootout at the Otay Ranch Off-Road Raceway in Chula Vista, Calif.
His consolation prize is a PS5 free bet with Hills and he's on Auchinleck Talbot 2, Stranraer 0 (10-1).
Just 24 hours after the women had salvaged a podium place from their crushing semi-final loss, the men sought their own consolation prize - but ran into the world's No.
NNA - 06/08/2012 - Future bloc member, MP Ammar Houri, said approving an electoral law based on proportionality would be a consolation prize for Hezbollah.
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.
While the consolation prize was awarded to Palwasha Tauqeer of Islamabad Model College for Girls F-6/2.
But he came so very close, and his personal story about why he decided to take such a risk for his family, moved me to provide him with a generous consolation prize," David was quoted as saying in the Huffington Post.
England are 11-8 outsiders to take the consolation prize, with the Baby Boks 8-13 favourites.
A 2-0 defeat to Stuttgart ended their hopes of progressing to the knockout stages of the competition and also denied the Scottish champions the consolation prize of parachuting into the Europa League.
And a consolation prize of an engraved carriage clock won't set the heart racing.
As a consolation prize for not playing either of the summer's two touring nations, Worcestershire will stage a one-day match between England A and the West Indies on Thursday, June 21.