noun (plural prizemen)
- A winner of a prize, especially an academic one: he was one of the two prizemen in his yearMore example sentences
- He graduated in 1850 as second wrangler and Smith's prizeman.
- In 1880 he graduated as Senior Wrangler (the top First Class student) and he was first Smith's prizeman.
- Whittaker was elected as a fellow of Trinity College in 1896 and became first Smith's prizeman in 1897 for a work on pure mathematics, namely on uniform functions.