1. medallion

noun. ['məˈdæljən'] an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event.


  • laurels
  • Distinguished Flying Cross
  • Distinguished Service Cross
  • Croix de Guerre
  • ribbon
  • accolade
  • medal
  • Purple Heart
  • honor
  • Distinguished Service Medal
  • award
  • Distinguished Service Order
  • palm
  • honour
  • 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
  • decoration


  • dishonor
  • disrepute
  • infamy
  • reject

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Words that Rhyme with Medallion

  • mccallion
  • battalion
  • stallion
  • scallion
  • italian
  • gallion

Example sentences of the word medallion

1. Noun, singular or mass
Remove the center medallion on wheel, if one is equipped, or the wheel cover.

Quotes containing the word medallion

1. I dodged behind Mac for cover and refused to take the bait. I glanced at my nonexistent watch. 'Oops, look at the time. Guess I have to be going now. Let's not do this again sometime, okay?'Before I could move, Pritkin was there, jamming the medallion into the skin of my upper arm.'Ow!'He looked at me expectantly. I glared at him. 'That hurt!'What do you see?'A big red mark,
- Karen Chance, Claimed By Shadow

2. medallion

noun. ['məˈdæljən'] an emblem indicating that a taxicab is registered.


  • allegory


  • refuse
  • unrighteousness

3. medallion

noun. ['məˈdæljən'] any of various large ancient Greek coins.


  • success

4. medallion

noun. ['məˈdæljən'] a circular helping of food (especially a boneless cut of meat).


  • portion
  • serving


  • good fortune
  • bad luck
  • misfortune