Synonyms of prize in English:

prize

noun

  • 1 Britain's most prestigious prize for contemporary art a £2,500 cash prize
    award, reward, premium; trophy, cup, medal, plate, shield; honour, accolade, crown, laurels, bays, palm; jackpot, bonanza, purse, winnings, sweepstake
    informal pot
    dated garland
    archaic guerdon
    Biblicalprey
  • 2 the prizes of war
  • adjective

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  • 1 a prize bull can father thousands of cows
    [Antonyms] second-rate
  • 2 a prize example of how well organic farming can function
    outstanding, excellent, superlative, superb, supreme, very good, prime, fine, magnificent, marvellous, wonderful
    informal great, terrific, tremendous, fantastic, top-notch, A1
  • 3 you must think I'm a prize idiot
    utter, complete, total, absolute, real, perfect, positive, veritable
    British informal right, bloody
    Australian/New Zealand informal fair
    archaic arrant
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  • this was the era when honesty was prized above all other virtues
    value, set/place a high value on, set great store by, rate highly, attach great importance to, esteem, hold in high regard, think highly of, treasure, cherish, hold dear, appreciate greatly
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