Top Definition
Giving an award as part of encouragement or anticipation, despite the basis on which it is supposed to be awarded.
1. Obama winning the Nobel Peace prize, despite being nominated less than two weeks after assuming office.

2. Failing student: Teacher, May I have an A for the semester?
Teacher: Why should I?
Failing Student: I believe it will motivate me to get an A in the next semester.
Teacher (using Nobel Logic): Alright, you have an A. However I expect you to get an A next semester.
Failing student: Unfortunately, I already have an A, so I don't really need to try next semester, I am already satisfied.
by notonthenobelcommittee October 10, 2009
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