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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To set or estimate the relative or formerly the money value of.

Usage examples (34)
  • Western Sydney is often described as the prized rugby league nursery but it's not on show in the Toyota Cup.
  • The tremendous density that frustrates other users makes live oak a prized shipbuilding material, he said.
  • In Ohio, these folks are also called the prized demographic, yet the Obama camp didn't buy air time on WKTX.
  • They use "prized" as it is a prize, a gem, a rare treasure in the opera world. for more
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