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Pronunciation:

[ɐwˈɔːdz], [ɐwˈɔːdz], [ɐ_w_ˈɔː_d_z]
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Synonyms for Awards:

rewards (noun) gives (verb) rewards (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Awards:

  • auchwats,
  • awearnes,
  • awayside,
  • ackwards,
  • eguards,
  • awatd,
  • adwards,
  • awaks,
  • towardss,
  • aawarded,
  • awarress,
  • awardin,
  • arwarded,
  • twaords,
  • towardes,
  • awarnes,
  • towardsthe,
  • howards,
  • toowards,
  • towardds,
  • arwards,
  • twords,
  • aweard,
  • awalys,
  • awarness,
  • otherwards,
  • aadds,
  • tawards,
  • hewads,
  • toarwards,
  • awardd,
  • awares,
  • oward,
  • ewars,
  • rowards,
  • awernes,
  • awward,
  • aways,
  • awats,
  • wurds,
  • twards,
  • awardede,
  • fowards,
  • towaards,
  • awaarded,
  • ayrds,
  • awaress,
  • arward,
  • egards,
  • alwatys,
  • awrards,
  • twardes,
  • 2011onwards,
  • atarts,
  • tawords,
  • upwords,
  • sowards,
  • alwayts,
  • upards,
  • awaerness,
  • awads,
  • awrds,
  • ttowards,
  • ownwards,
  • awardee,
  • awardssick,
  • otherwords,
  • awarte,
  • waords,
  • tuwards,
  • towwards,
  • awarde,
  • awardds,
  • aword,
  • aweards,
  • affairds,
  • alwayds,
  • awords,
  • awars,
  • awarnees,
  • awareds,
  • twirds,
  • adwartise,
  • alwats,
  • onwords,
  • awaites,
  • twoards,
  • owards,
  • upwads,
  • awayas,
  • fawards,
  • owrds,
  • awardes,
  • nawadays,
  • reawards,
  • edwads,
  • awardsand,
  • aterwards,
  • twiards,
  • dowards,
  • toawards,
  • rwards,
  • awearness,
  • awates,
  • ewards,
  • awairness,
  • atowards,
  • aarts,
  • awarder,
  • ecards,
  • wirds,
  • aferwards,
  • farwards,
  • awardness,
  • towoards,
  • akwards,
  • appeards,
  • awkwards,
  • eward,
  • aboards,
  • awardthe,
  • awoard,
  • awaerdwd,
  • awar4ded,
  • adwords,
  • uwards.

Rhymes for Awards:

  1. gourds, swords, hoards, boards, cords, lords, wards;
  2. rewards, records, accords;

Quotes for Awards:

  1. To those of you who received honours, awards and distinctions, I say well done. And to the C students, I say you, too, can be president of the United States. George W. Bush.
  2. See, the SAG awards caught me totally by surprise. Patricia Clarkson.
  3. I've been a very lucky guy. I played on championship teams. I played for Canada. I've won some awards and I'm very proud of those accomplishments. But I don't think there's anything greater than to come home and to be recognized at home. This is the pinnacle. Bobby Orr.

Adjectives for Awards:

  • annual humanitarian,
  • highest undergraduate,
  • several much-coveted,
  • major humanitarian,
  • current monetary,
  • mar-annual,
  • often geocentric,
  • large punitive,
  • major philanthropic,
  • professional special,
  • final and open,
  • several posthumous,
  • highest such,
  • special humanitarian,
  • prestigious literary,
  • most rational,
  • pre-hugo,
  • formal international,
  • numerous major,
  • flat and tasteless,
  • resplendent new,
  • principal annual,
  • big swedish,
  • few scholastic,
  • several prestigious,
  • highest cultural,
  • several civilian,
  • several actual,
  • minor literary,
  • major environmental,
  • slightly inferior,
  • special dramatic,
  • major literary,
  • least artistic,
  • few architectural,
  • various major,
  • many architectural,
  • short dramatic,
  • in-group,
  • postdoctoral,
  • numerous literary,
  • postmaster-general,
  • non-competitive,
  • several literary,
  • more major,
  • geocentric,
  • next highest,
  • seemingly interminable,
  • dark wooden,
  • other precious,
  • several local,
  • several major,
  • much-coveted,
  • neo,
  • national and international,
  • little better,
  • sional,
  • inaugural,
  • thematic,
  • more humble,
  • life-saving,
  • more normal,
  • well-deserved,
  • top-secret,
  • undergraduate,
  • disparate,
  • whole new,
  • rarer,
  • meaningful,
  • macabre,
  • philanthropic,
  • journalistic,
  • tasteless,
  • defunct,
  • cryptic,
  • several more,
  • bogus,
  • environmental,
  • ambiguous,
  • more recent,
  • precarious,
  • jeweled,
  • unaccountable,
  • preposterous,
  • conceivable,
  • idiotic,
  • showy,
  • ubiquitous,
  • outstanding,
  • boring,
  • interstellar,
  • mammoth,
  • kindred,
  • closer,
  • meaningless,
  • lame,
  • youngest,
  • prospective,
  • cultural,
  • swedish,
  • good many,
  • few more,
  • corporate,
  • trivial,
  • interminable,
  • hereditary,
  • assorted,
  • patriotic,
  • rational,
  • ominous,
  • routine,
  • majestic,
  • consequent,
  • fake,
  • ambitious,
  • inferior,
  • artistic,
  • significant,
  • loving,
  • amazing,
  • fantastic,
  • specific,
  • useless,
  • inevitable,
  • crazy,
  • dusty,
  • complex,
  • biggest,
  • humble,
  • wooden,
  • standard,
  • flat,
  • precious,
  • serious,
  • political,
  • magnificent,
  • fat,
  • male,
  • normal,
  • damned,
  • double,
  • occasional,
  • enormous,
  • sudden,
  • open,
  • present,
  • mere,
  • long,
  • your silly,
  • fancy black-tie,
  • rural many,
  • meretricious and perishable,
  • outward public,
  • medal, highest,
  • artificial or overly technical,
  • last and most prestigious,
  • most sensitive,
  • bitter ill,
  • international,
  • gaudy foreign,
  • huge punitive,
  • highest actual,
  • overly technical,
  • large competitive,
  • also highest,
  • national annual,
  • highest civilian,
  • special commemorative,
  • well-nigh unanimous,
  • numerous professional,
  • such prestigious,
  • true ethical,
  • green, velvety,
  • certain supplementary,
  • regional and national,
  • other festival,
  • international scientific,
  • black-tie,
  • requital,
  • several international,
  • relatively smaller,
  • high judicial,
  • more prestigious,
  • silly,
  • ablaze,
  • real and imaginary,
  • more benign,
  • many national,
  • more individual,
  • simple and natural,
  • commensurate,
  • many individual,
  • speedier,
  • unchallenged,
  • several minor,
  • wrongful,
  • other major,
  • meretricious,
  • eral,
  • invidious,
  • exorbitant,
  • perishable,
  • equitable,
  • old and new,
  • iniquitous,
  • unwise,
  • unpopular,
  • unfair,
  • appreciative,
  • velvety,
  • rarest,
  • festival,
  • scholastic,
  • tardy,
  • crowning,
  • supplementary,
  • episcopal,
  • short-lived,
  • candid,
  • last few,
  • much larger,
  • compulsory,
  • benign,
  • dual,
  • righteous,
  • ethical,
  • educational,
  • arbitrary,
  • idiot,
  • spontaneous,
  • eloquent,
  • corrupt,
  • newest,
  • civilian,
  • maximum,
  • accurate,
  • preliminary,
  • hopeless,
  • deliberate,
  • sensitive,
  • notorious,
  • lowest,
  • industrial,
  • strict,
  • liberal,
  • dramatic,
  • successive,
  • potential,
  • ridiculous,
  • unconscious,
  • orange,
  • imaginary,
  • generous,
  • net,
  • legal,
  • intense,
  • fancy,
  • artificial,
  • unusual,
  • extensive,
  • blind,
  • permanent,
  • latest,
  • imperial,
  • moral,
  • stupid,
  • sure,
  • smaller,
  • real,
  • larger,
  • peculiar,
  • free,
  • further,
  • chief,
  • actual,
  • private,
  • proper,
  • curious,
  • important,
  • tall,
  • regular,
  • terrible,
  • last,
  • french,
  • soft,
  • green,
  • famous,
  • strong,
  • huge,
  • dark,
  • old,
  • substantial royal,
  • due and undue,
  • annual and solemn,
  • post-game,
  • heavy crystal,
  • highest scientific,
  • many professional,
  • millionth,
  • first-ever,
  • many special,
  • proudest,
  • hefty,
  • nineteenth,
  • undue,
  • regional,
  • lavish,
  • seventh,
  • metallic,
  • legitimate,
  • profound,
  • prime,
  • absurd,
  • customary,
  • ultimate,
  • medical,
  • subsequent,
  • divine,
  • practical,
  • considerable,
  • foreign,
  • handsome,
  • british,
  • so-called,
  • former,
  • common,
  • true,
  • ancient,
  • many prestigious,
  • third-highest,
  • fourth-class,
  • third-class,
  • more substantial,
  • honorary,
  • pecuniary,
  • competitive,
  • valid,
  • unofficial,
  • tangible,
  • papal,
  • dubious,
  • benevolent,
  • fitting,
  • sixth,
  • hasty,
  • technical,
  • ill,
  • probable,
  • civil,
  • appropriate,
  • lesser,
  • formal,
  • bitter,
  • universal,
  • direct,
  • brief,
  • royal,
  • natural,
  • certain,
  • athletic and academic,
  • few suitable,
  • major and minor,
  • humanitarian,
  • athletic,
  • awesome,
  • aesthetic,
  • promising,
  • unexpected,
  • solemn,
  • traditional,
  • recent,
  • best,
  • medal and highest,
  • separate first-class,
  • few higher,
  • commemorative,
  • harshest,
  • punitive,
  • civic,
  • unjust,
  • international,
  • personal,
  • similar,
  • local,
  • various,
  • single,
  • fine,
  • several valuable,
  • fraudulent,
  • mock,
  • financial,
  • gross,
  • sublime,
  • musical,
  • countless,
  • immediate,
  • additional,
  • previous,
  • late,
  • simple,
  • handsome crystal,
  • second-highest,
  • medal,
  • omniscient,
  • crystal,
  • substantial,
  • fair,
  • particular,
  • least,
  • several other,
  • honorable,
  • valuable,
  • professional,
  • proud,
  • minor,
  • usual,
  • whole,
  • highest possible,
  • numerous other,
  • characteristic,
  • official,
  • higher,
  • possible,
  • grand,
  • highest military,
  • memorial,
  • judicial,
  • many other,
  • popular,
  • due,
  • academic,
  • separate,
  • individual,
  • public,
  • next,
  • temporally limited,
  • major scientific,
  • many literary,
  • architectural,
  • limited,
  • scientific,
  • total,
  • high,
  • prestigious,
  • military,
  • different,
  • australian,
  • suitable,
  • multiple,
  • national,
  • general,
  • favorable,
  • top,
  • unanimous,
  • thine own,
  • first-class,
  • full,
  • monetary,
  • literary,
  • posthumous,
  • annual,
  • original,
  • major,
  • arbitral,
  • special,
  • final,
  • numerous,
  • highest.
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