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Noun
Something acquired, tyipcally illegally or violently
“Surrounded on all sides by hostile forces, it will take all their cunning and strength to escape with their prize, and their lives.”
Noun
Advantages gained from something
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Plural for a reward to the winner of a competition or in recognition of an outstanding achievement
“Rob Messel would claim the coveted prize of being the world's best, and most outstanding, air guitar player.”
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Plural for a goal or ambition that one strives for
“For any mental health researcher, finding the cause of schizophrenia would be the ultimate prize.”
Noun
Plural for the best of a group, kind or class
“Evansville had several very good pitchers that year, but Gladding knew who the prize of the bunch was.”
Noun
Plural for something that is especially desirable
“I looked at Elijah and realized what a prize of a boyfriend I had.”
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Plural for a noteworthy accomplishment or achievement
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Plural for a thing of value given to recognize a particular deed
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Plural for a person whose affection or favour has been won
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Plural for anything which is a mine of wealth or yields a large income or return
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Plural for formal or official praise or acknowledgment
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(attributive) Plural for the most important one out of a related group
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Plural for a benefit, or advantage from something
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Plural for a feeling of great pleasure and happiness
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Plural for an instance of winning or having success
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Plural for an asset or object bought or obtained
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Plural for the highest or most important rank, level, or position
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Plural for the amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for something
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Plural for something that is enjoyed or indulged in, especially on an infrequent basis
Verb
To appreciate or value highly
“The object of love is something that we prize, hence it is precious and dear, something we cherish.”
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To remove or take out, especially with effort or force
“Christine had already presumed that the bruise on Sarah's palm was evidence that she had tried to prize the cork from the water bottle in her thirst.”
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To raise, move, or pull out or apart, typically with an instrument
“Either way, they act as lines along which it is easier to prize apart the fibers of the log.”
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To regard someone or something with great awe or devotion
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To like in an emphatic manner, or have a strong liking for
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Breaks open
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To cause to be liked
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