noun. ['ˈmɛdəl'] an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event.
- Distinguished Flying Cross
- Distinguished Service Cross
- Croix de Guerre
- Purple Heart
- Distinguished Service Medal
- Distinguished Service Order
- Air Medal
- Distinguished Conduct Medal
- Medal of Honor
- Congressional Medal of Honor
- Silver Star Medal
- Navy Cross
- Oak Leaf Cluster
- Bronze Star
- laurel wreath
- Bronze Star Medal
- Medaille Militaire
- Order of the Purple Heart
- Silver Star
- medaille (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
Words that Rhyme with Medal
Example sentences of the word medal
1. Noun, singular or mass
Buff the clean medal with a soft cloth.
Center a second row of miniatures so that the medal hangs between two medals on the first row.
3. Verb, base form
Use a wood ruler to line nameplate and medal up across the jacket while laying flat.
Quotes containing the word medal
1. I hope I can compete in one or two Olympics in my career. Of course I would like to win a medal, but just being there would be awesome.
- Patrick Chan
2. Beer has that Olympic medal color,” Rot replied, “but does it have a winning taste? I’d hardly call silver a champion flavor. No, I’ll stick to my red wine.
- Jarod Kintz, The Mandrake Hotel and Resort to violence if necessary
3. You're a monster.Thanks. Does this mean I get a raise?No, just a medal. The budget isn't inexhaustable.
- Orson Scott Card, Ender's Game