prizewinner

noun
prize·​win·​ner | \ ˈprīz-ˌwi-nər How to pronounce prizewinner (audio) \

Definition of prizewinner

: a winner of a prize

Examples of prizewinner in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Seventeen other students were honored at the ceremony, where three other prizewinners took home scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $12,000. Holly V. Hays, Indianapolis Star, "State law kept her from attending Roncalli, School for the Deaf. So she got it changed.," 8 Feb. 2020 Angus Deaton, himself a Nobel prizewinner, published an essay in October arguing that RCTs deserve no special status, but should be used only when the context demands it. The Economist, "This year’s Nobel prizes prompt soul-searching among economists," 21 Nov. 2019 Juggernaut’s authors include Twinkle Khanna, Nobel Prize winners Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Dufflo, bestselling nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar, Tony Joseph, JCB prizewinner Benyamin, William Dalrymple, and Arundhati Roy. Quartz, Quartz India, "Meet the Quartz India Pros!," 16 Dec. 2019 The Cannes prizewinner joins the Nigerian drama Lionheart and the Malawian biopic The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind in Netflix’s ever-expanding slate of African films. Hannah Giorgis, The Atlantic, "The Haunting Senegalese Love Story That Stunned Cannes," 14 Nov. 2019 Last month, Moore-Dunson was announced as a 2019 Cleveland Arts Prize for an emerging artist in theater and dance, This year’s prizewinners will be honored Sept. 25 at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Moore-Dunson is not your typical dancer. Grant Segall, cleveland.com, "6-foot-1, 215 pounds, Cleveland Arts Prize emerging dance winner Dominic Moore-Dunson plays big and little," 19 Sep. 2019 Arnault and his wife were also accused of misusing academy funds and even leaking the names of prizewinners for profit. Ron Charles, Washington Post, "Peter Handke and Olga Tokarczuk win Nobel Prizes in literature," 10 Oct. 2019 Elinor Ostrom, a Nobel prizewinner in economics, studied how rural villages around the world manage shared resources such as land or irrigation systems. The Economist, "The alternatives to privatisation and nationalisation," 12 Sep. 2019 The feature version, which debuted at this year’s Sundance in January, went on two be a double prizewinner at the festival. Morgan Baila, refinery29.com, "HBO's Share Illuminates The Reality Of Being A Teenage Girl In A Totally New Way," 17 July 2019

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circa 1849, in the meaning defined above

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“Prizewinner.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/prizewinner. Accessed 12 Jul. 2020.

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prizewinner

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English Language Learners Definition of prizewinner

: someone or something that wins a prize

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