Synonym: esteemed, honored. Similar words: prestidigitation, religious, vestigial, investigate, investigator, investigation, previous, precious. Meaning: [pre'stɪːdʒəs /-'stɪd-] adj. 1. having an illustrious reputation; respected 2. exerting influence by reason of high status or prestige.
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1. The young man graduated from a prestigious university.
2. Allison back-burnered her prestigious law career when she had a baby.
3. She won a highly prestigious award.
4. Her first novel won a prestigious literary prize.
5. The prestigious title offered a gateway to success in the highly competitive world of modelling.
6. The Birmingham meeting is one of the most prestigious events in the racing calendar.
7. The world's most prestigious insurance company was last night squaring up to take on MPs who have accused it of being riddled with corruption.
8. It's one of the best equipped and most prestigious schools in the country.
9. The company won a prestigious contract for work on Europe's tallest building.
10. Women are attaining powerful and prestigious managerial positions.
11. Clinton was a Rhodes scholar at the prestigious university.
12. But in the modern period, prestigious spaces had been found in which to celebrate machines.
13. Serious contenders for the prestigious individual all-around gold medal title could number as many as 10.
14. This major prestigious event is currently being coordinated by Northern Arts.
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19. There are cash prizes and the prestigious Harry Gerrard Cup to be won.
20. The anxiously awaited invitations to the prestigious end-of-year dance began to arrive.
21. I was delighted to be a nominee and to receive such a prestigious award in recognition of our company's achievements.
22. It is one of the British sporting calendar's most prestigious events.
23. The other awards, featured on page 15, may be more prestigious but they certainly won't be more hotly contested.
24. But as I rode out with the nation's most prestigious hunt, I found its members the model of politeness.
25. The entire white watch crew at Wallasey fire station received a prestigious award in recognition of their bravery at the triple rescue.
26. After a fabulous day in a London hotel with the six finalists, our prestigious panel of judges made their final decision.
27. Ostermeier worked at the Baracke, a complex of Portakabins that the prestigious Deutsches Theater had lent him.
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28. These parents would give their right arms to get their kids into a prestigious school.
29. Nursing in public hospitals was also pensionable, while the more prestigious voluntary hospitals were early pension providers.
30. Nearby Carthage contains the intriguing ruins of that once prestigious Phoenician and Roman city.
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