prizewinning

adjective
prize·​win·​ning | \ˈprīz-ˌwi-niŋ \

Definition of prizewinning 

: having won or of a quality to win a prize a prizewinning design

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care to try a glass of my prizewinning homemade wine?

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Fuller, who teaches English at the University of Tulsa, is the author of a prizewinning study of the Civil War's impact on American literature. Eric Foner, New York Times, "Evolutionary Wars: How Darwin's Masterwork Shook Up America," 20 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of prizewinning

1822, in the meaning defined above

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