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Definition of "prized" []

  • Highly valued (adjective)
  • Highly valued, cherished. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of prize. (verb)

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Use "prized" in a sentence
  • "In any case, Obama paid great attention to dismissing any talk of downgraded relations, nearly touching Brown on the arm as he spoke of their growing personal kinship and using the term prized by Britons _ a «special relationship» _ three times."
  • "In any case, Obama paid great attention to dismissing any talk of downgraded relations, nearly touching Brown on the arm as he spoke of their growing personal kinship and using the term prized by Britons _ a "special relationship" _ three times."
  • "Carnations also featured largely in prized textiles loomed by 17th-century Ottoman Turks (they favored tulips as well) and in Turkish Iznik pottery, which flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries."