Bonus and Prize


Bonus noun - Something given in addition to what is ordinarily expected or owed.
Usage example: this job offers a nice Christmas bonus in addition to the salary
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Synonyms for Bonus

Prize is a synonym for bonus in high topic. In some cases you can use "Prize" instead a noun "Bonus", when it comes to topics like advantage, extra, unexpected extra, extra payment.


Prize noun - Someone or something unusually desirable.

Bonus is a synonym for prize in high topic. You can use "Bonus" instead a noun "Prize", if it concerns topics such as award, advantage.

Nearby Words: prized, prizing

How words are described

good good bonus good prize
high high bonus high prize
full full bonus full prize
nice nice bonus nice prize
Other adjectives: special, best, worth, better, critical, small, real, large, big, huge, little, secret, final, minor, hefty, additional, highest, smaller, maximum, different, higher, bigger.

Both words in one sentence

  • Free Prize at the Bottom Layla in Eerie Cuties won a random prize with CD (see the next page) and one extra mood swing of her new good friend as a bonus in bonus.
  • Spelling Bonus The released game, Sharkey's Shootout, has P-O-O-L to relight the Mystery Ball, C-U-E to increase the bonus mulitiplier and start Bumper Pool, and P-A-Y-O-F-F to award the current prize value.
  • Bonus Space On Classic, if the contestant selected a Wild Card first then proceeded to select a second, they would receive a $500 bonus in addition to the prize they'd receive and four squares removed (once they chose a prize square, and, as before, its natural match).
    Source: Bonus Space
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