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Spell check of prize

Correct spelling: prize

Synonyms:
stellar, consider, deem, concern, gilt-edged, antique, topping, scholarship, abide by, tip, gold medal, wizard, first-class, dandy, intrude, famous, grand, primo, accolade, splendid, treasure, slick, staple, gone, care for, cabbage, superb, ribbon, revalue, recompense, desire, boodle, take, divine, excellent, decent, element, wonderful, garland, gelt, bag, immense, think, kale, trophy, sensational, fabulous, beautiful, bronze, grant, gong, fantastic, heavenly, calculate, inducement, four-star, cherish, valuable, basis, guerdon, five-star, tribute, title, pelf, noble, testimonial, top-of-the-line, wages, tremendous, carrot, regard as, divorce, flower, cup, supernal, bumper, lever, simoleons, boss, amends, plundering, divide, superlative, isolate, prizewinning, treat, lucre, essence, wreath, top-notch, memorabilia, bread, out-of-sight, rate, prise, superior, irreplaceable, shekels, horn in, good, A-OK, pry, apprise, keepsake, take account, swag, sweetener, bang-up, payoff, incentive, privilege, memento, nose, treasured, bully, pick, catch, appraise, key, unsurpassed, high-class, evaluate, value, laurel, payment, pillage, crown, wampum, regard, memorial, detach, dynamite, prized, priority, meed, marker, dough, spread out, awarding, poke, medal, righteous, repute, allotment, cream, fantabulous, measure, cool, fellowship, brass ring, keen, brave, souvenir, favor, core, blue-chip, sugar, bonus, hot, best, jackpot, gravy, first-rate, radical, look on, acknowledge, plum, stimulation, stipend, priceless, quality, look upon, peachy, nifty, haul, remuneration, top-flight, plunder, A1, hold, valuate, classic, citation, crackerjack, gem, gangbusters, marvelous, tip-top, award, great, laurels, graft, peachy keen, bite off, divide off, estimate, palm, swell, pillaging, honor, purse, atonement, groovy, monument, premium, terrific, mean, hold dear, exceptional, boffo, frontline, dirty money, honour, choice, awesome, split up, think of, feature, loot, championship, lettuce, temptation, incredible, windfall, select, scratch, bounty, banner, enticement, better, spoils, clams, prime, bronze medal, honorarium, fab, jim-dandy, bonny, numero uno, allowance, rich, compensation, decoration, booty, lure, top-shelf, dinero, sterling, fine, advantage, wonder, gift, par excellence, separate, reward, top, number one, winnings, brag, assess, first-string, hype, wage, elite, corking, observe, phat, take to be, cracking, plaque, gratuity, appreciate, sweepstakes, remembrance, pearl, respect, commemoration, precious, neat, lolly, consideration, lovely, down, esteem, apprize, capital, gold, blue ribbon, moolah, jimmy.

Antonyms:
execrable, disesteem, bad, lousy, disrespect, second-rate, awful, middling, inferior, unsatisfactory, substandard, rotten, poor, vile, atrocious, terrible, wretched, second-class, pathetic, mediocre, low-grade.

Examples of usage:

1) Tell me, at least, how I can win that love, which is to me the great prize of life. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) How you must prize it. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) You have drawn a prize, sir. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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