Synonyms of treasure
1 richesDictionary • It was here, the buried treasure, she knew it was.
money • A lot of money that you pay goes back to the distributor.
fortune • He made his fortune in car sales.
wealth • The discovery of oil brought untold wealth to the island.
cash • He stole to get cash for his drug habit.
taonga (New Zealand)
2 objet d'artDictionary • The house was full of art treasures.
work of art • a collection of works of art of international importance
3 angelDictionary • Charlie? Oh he's a treasure, loves children.
something else (informal)
jewel • Barbados is a perfect jewel of an island.
gem • Castel Clara was a gem of a hotel.
paragon • She was a paragon of neatness and efficiency.
one in a million (informal)
one of a kind (informal)
1 prizeDictionary • She treasures her memories of those joyous days.
prize • These items are greatly prized by collectors.
value • Do you value your best friend enough?
worship • people who still worship the pagan gods
esteem • a scholar whom he highly esteemed
adore • She adored her parents and would do anything to please them.
cherish • I will cherish the memory of that visit for many years to come.
revere • Those who support him revere him.
venerate • My father venerated General Eisenhower.
love • We love each other, and we want to spend our lives together.
idolize • Naomi idolized her father as she was growing up.
set great store by
place great value on
hoard • They've begun to hoard food and gasoline.
save • I thought we were saving money for a holiday.
husband • Husbanding precious resources was part of rural life.
collect • Two young girls were collecting firewood.
accumulate • Lead can accumulate in the body until toxic levels are reached.
garner • His priceless collection of Chinese art was garnered over three decades.
stash (away) (informal)
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accumulateWhen you accumulate things or when they accumulate, they collect or are gathered over a period of time.
• Lead can accumulate in the body until toxic levels are reached.
adoreIf you adore someone, you feel great love and admiration for them.
• She adored her parents and would do anything to please them.
angel (informal)You can call someone you like very much an angel in order to show affection, especially when they have been kind to you or done you a favour.
• Thank you. You're an angel.
Thesaurus for treasure from the Collins English Thesaurus
wealth and riches, usually hoarded, esp in the form of money, precious metals, or gems