Pulitzer Prize

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

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

1918, in the meaning defined above

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Pulitzer Prize

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English Language Learners Definition of Pulitzer Prize

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

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