Associations to the word «Trophy»
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TROPHY, noun. (Roman antiquity) Tropæum.
TROPHY, noun. An object, usually in the form of a statuette, cup, or shield, awarded for success in a competition or to mark a special achievement.
TROPHY, noun. An object taken as a prize by a hunter or conqueror, especially one that is displayed.
TROPHY, noun. Any emblem of success; a status symbol.
TROPHY, noun. (criminology) (by extension) An object taken by a serial killer or rapist as a memento of the crime.
TROPHY MONEY, noun. (historical) An annual duty formerly paid in England by housekeepers towards providing harness, drums, colours, etc. for the militia.
TROPHY VEEP, noun. A Vice Presidential candidate selected for his or her youth or attractiveness rather than his or her experience or ability to assume the Office of the Presidency.
TROPHY WIFE, noun. A wife, usually young and attractive, regarded as a status symbol for the husband, usually older and affluent.
TROPHY WIVES, noun. Plural of trophy wife
TROPHY, noun. An award for success in war or hunting.
TROPHY, noun. Something given as a token of victory.
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