Synonyms for Prestige:

n.

noteworthy, Fame, heroic, distinguished, admirable, awe-inspiring, respected, praiseworthy, awesome, commendable, enviable, study at influence. face, standing, status, respect. repute, good report, good name, dignity, honor, reputation. notability, Prominency, prominence, note, knowledge, renown, preeminence, mark, eminence, important, distinction, Illustriousness, glory, Eminency, luster. authority (noun)
control, license, influence, authority, clout, prerogative, precedence, credential, sway, steam, mightiness, mandate, powerfulness, right, mastery, faculty, title, birthright, empowerment, enfranchisement, entitlement, sovereignty, purview, domination, seniority, might, stature, force, potency, strength, charge, command, punch, kingship, primacy, cogency, office, privilege, power, superiority, rank, puissance, Prepotency, commission.
credit (noun)
Fame.
fame, influence (noun)
prominence, sway, preeminence, stature, distinction, eminence, dignity, repute, reputation, Prominency, control, authority, Illustriousness, status, standing, rank, renown, power.
importance (noun)
mark, stature.
power (noun)
clout.
prestige (noun)
prestigiousness.
rank (noun)
status.
reputation (noun)
infamy, track record, profile, name, character.
respect (noun)
honor.
state (noun)
prestigiousness.

Other synonyms:

Prominency, good report, good name, Eminency, Fame, Illustriousness. notability, preeminence, standing, glory, prominence, reputation, status. dignity, eminence. repute. luster. distinction, honor. face. note. mark. distinction
renown.
Other relevant words:
face, awesome, name, infamy, eminence, note, commendable, renown, glory, dignity, distinguished, mark, repute, status, profile, luster, admirable, respected, notability, noteworthy, good name, good report, awe-inspiring, Fame, respect, Eminency, reputation, knowledge, important, Prominency, preeminence, character, heroic, prestigiousness, praiseworthy, Illustriousness, enviable, prominence, honor, distinction, standing.

Usage examples for prestige

  1. Most of them had known the father and mother of these girls, and all of them loved Jane, the gentle mistress of the home- a type of woman eminently qualified to maintain its prestige – The Tides of Barnegat by F. Hopkinson Smith
  2. However, it certainly thrills the imagination and it will be a good thing for Brown prestige in Africa. – The Last Shot by Frederick Palmer
  3. The prestige of the wealthy and successful men would induce imitation even if the advantage were not clearly seen. – The Value of Money by Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.