Pulitzer Prize

noun Pu·lit·zer Prize \ˈp-lət-sər-, ˈpyü-\

: one of a number of prizes that are awarded in the U.S. each year for excellent work in writing, reporting, or music composition

Full Definition of PULITZER PRIZE

:  any of various annual prizes (as for outstanding literary or journalistic achievement) established by the will of Joseph Pulitzer —called also Pulitzer

First Known Use of PULITZER PRIZE



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