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Pulitzer Prize

n.
Any of several awards established by Joseph Pulitzer and conferred annually for accomplishment in various fields of American journalism, literature, and music.

Pulitzer prize

n
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music
2. (Journalism & Publishing) one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music
3. (Music, other) one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music

Pu′litzer Prize′


n.
any of the annual prizes, as in journalism, literature, or music, established by Joseph Pulitzer.
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The Pulitzer Prizes began their second century of honoring the country's best work in journalism, arts, letters and music on April 10 at Columbia University.
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