prize (someone or something) above (someone or something else)

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prize (someone or something) above (someone or something else)

To put greater value on someone or something, or to regard someone or something more highly or favorably, than someone or something else. You really shouldn't prize the needs of your company above the needs of your family. I always felt like Mom prized our baby brother above Tommy and I when we were growing up.
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prize someone or something above someone or something

to value someone or something more than anyone or anything else. He prized his only daughter above everyone else in the world. Scott seemed to prize his sports car above all the members of his family.
See also: above, prize
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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