Need another word that means the same as “prized”? Find 6 synonyms and 30 related words for “prized” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Prized” are: treasured, precious, valued, cherished, much loved, beloved
Prized as an Adjective
Definitions of "Prized" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “prized” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Of superior grade.
- Extremely highly valued.
Synonyms of "Prized" as an adjective (6 Words)
His beloved son.
|cherished||Characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for.|
A cherished friend.
|much loved||Great in quantity or degree or extent.|
|precious||Used for emphasis, often in an ironic context.|
My time s precious.
|treasured||Characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for.|
A treasured heirloom.
|valued||Considered to be important or beneficial; cherished.|
Usage Examples of "Prized" as an adjective
- The bicycle was her most prized possession.
Associations of "Prized" (30 Words)
|accolade||A touch on a person’s shoulders with a sword at the bestowing of a knighthood.|
The hotel has won numerous accolades.
|acquisition||An asset or object bought or obtained, typically by a library or museum.|
A recent acquisition by the museum.
|award||Give or order the giving of (something) as an official payment, compensation, or prize to (someone.|
He was awarded the Military Cross.
|bestowal||The act of conferring an honor or presenting a gift.|
|birthday||The date on which a person was born.|
The seventy fifth birthday of the Institute.
|championship||The position or title of the winner of a championship contest.|
The team s final match before the European championships.
|commemorative||An object such as a stamp or coin made to mark an event or honour a person.|
A commemorative plaque.
|congratulation||The action of expressing congratulations.|
Congratulations on a job well done.
|desecrate||Violate the sacred character of a place or language.|
Many lanes are desecrated with yellow lines.
|deserve||Be worthy or deserving.|
The referee deserves a pat on the back.
|gem||Decorate with or as with gems.|
This architectural gem of a palace.
|giveaway||A thing that is given free, often for promotional purposes.|
Bread at giveaway prices.
|laureate||Wreathed with laurel as a mark of honour.|
A Nobel laureate.
|loot||Private property taken from an enemy in war.|
Tonnes of food aid awaiting distribution had been looted.
|lottery||Players buy (or are given) chances and prizes are distributed by casting lots.|
The introduction of a national lottery.
|medal||Win a medal in a sporting event.|
He was medalled by the Michigan Photographers Association.
|medallion||A piece of jewellery in the shape of a medal, worn as a pendant.|
Medallions of veal.
|nobel||Swedish chemist remembered for his invention of dynamite and for the bequest that created the Nobel prizes (1833-1896.|
|pillage||The act of stealing valuable things from a place.|
Artworks pillaged from churches and museums.
|plunder||Plunder a town after capture.|
The army sacked the city and carried off huge quantities of plunder.
|raffle||Offer as a prize in a raffle.|
A charity raffle.
|ransack||Steal goods; take as spoils.|
Burglars ransacked her home.
|rapine||The act of despoiling a country in warfare.|
|ribbon||Extend or move in a long narrow strip like a ribbon.|
The notes had been typed on an old portable with a faded ribbon.
|scholarship||Profound scholarly knowledge.|
The intellectual dishonesty has nothing to do with lack of scholarship.
|treasure||Accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc.|
The island is treasured by walkers and conservationists.
|trophy||A souvenir of an achievement, especially a part of an animal taken when hunting.|
|winner||A thing that is a success or is likely to be successful.|
Anyone taking out a fixed rate mortgage could be on to a winner.
|worth||Often used ironically worthy of being treated in a particular way.|
The companies have debts greater than two years worth of their sales.