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Definition of prize:

  1. That which is taken from an enemy in war; a vessel captured; a reward; the reward gained by any performance; what is won in a lottery.
  2. To estimate the value of; to value highly; to esteem.
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This graph shows how "prize" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for prize:

  1. The foresters who despised him on account of his youth, answered roughly, " We are come to win the king's prize which we are resolved to carry off, in spite of all opposition, and will not be questioned by boys." –  by
  2. She was also sent away, under command of one of the officers, for the same harbour as the former prize –  by
  3. You have what men prize wife, children, and home. – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell

Quotes for prize:

  1. The years since the Nobel Prize have been productive ones for me.
  2. The industry does have some influence on who gets other awards. With the Mercury Prize, they don't. Jon comes from the business, but his heart is still very much in the music. Currently, we have about 12 major names that have said they want to be a part of MUDDA.
  3. My dad was in the Army and we traveled all over the place and I never failed to win first prize.
  4. I was in 27 Broadway plays, and three of them got the Pulitzer Prize.
  5. Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.

Rhymes for prize:

  1. bise, chastise, comprise, demise, despise, disguise, eyes, flies, fries, guise, incise, marseilles, pint-size, revise, rise, size, supplies, surmise, surprise, unwise, wise, ais, dies, emprise, grise, julies, ries, replies, ties, skies, y's, cries, spies, thais, denies, lise, mies, dyes, decries, complies, buys, tries, defies, guys, sighs, implies, vies, relies, dries, plies, pries, unties, lies, ise, eis, dise, wies, wyse, ayes, nies, bies, crise, geis, hise, kise, pies, thighs, upsize, highs, goodbyes, shies;
  2. advise, allies, apprise, arise, baptize, devise, reprise, applies, belies;
  3. improvise, oversize, underlies;
  4. decriminalize, sensationalize;
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