'Winnings Is' or 'Winnings Are'

It's "winnings are". It's incorrect to use "is" because the term "winnings" is a plural noun, and requires a plural verb.

It's "winnings are". It's incorrect to use "winnings is" because the term winnings is a plural noun, and requires a verb in the plural.

Her winnings are worth around 120 times the yearly earnings of a family.

Her winnings is worth around 120 times the yearly earnings of a family.

A partial list of other related plural nouns that also take a plural verb:

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