Definition of Prizewinners

1. Noun. (plural of prizewinner) ¹



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Definition of Prizewinners

1. prizewinner [n] - See also: prizewinner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prizewinners

prizefight
prizefighter
prizefighters
prizefighting
prizefightings
prizefights
prizeless
prizelike
prizeman
prizemen
prizemoney
prizer
prizers
prizes
prizewinner
prizewinners (current term)
prizewinning
prizeworthy
prizing
prizings
prizzly
pro
pro-
pro-American
pro-abort
pro-abortion
pro-abortionism
pro-abortionist
pro-abortionists
pro-aborts

Literary usage of Prizewinners

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1. Shorthorn Cattle: A Series of Historical Sketches, Memoirs and Records of by Alvin Howard Sanders (1918)
"The fondest expectations of the advocates of the breed were fulfilled in the large display of prizewinners superbly fashioned, exquisitely fitted and ..."

2. A History of the Percheron Horse: Including Hitherto Unpublished Data by Alvin Howard Sanders (1917)
"The breeding of the imported horses that appear as prizewinners at the International Live Stock Exposition from 1900 to 1910 inclusive corresponds so ..."

3. British Breeds of Live Stock by Great Britain, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (1913)
"Foaled in 1881, he was champion at London in 13,87, and in the 10 years 1893 to 1902, he easily headed the list of sires of prizewinners at the Shire Horse ..."

4. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1878)
"The youn Carrier class was very good and strong; Black, Blue, and Dui being the prizewinners respectively. In the Barb class a Black hen was first ..."

5. School: A Monthly Record of Educational Thought and Progress. by Laurie Magnus, Robert Binney Lattimer (1904)
"Competitors may send noms de plume, if they wish, but the publication of the names of the prizewinners must lie ultimately in the Editor's discretion. ..."

6. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Home Farmer (1883)
"Bailey <t Sons taking the third position. Bedding plants, Fuchsias, and Gloxinias were well exhibited, the principal prizewinners being Messrs. II. ..."

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