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noun as in privilege, exemption

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If reinfections are common, it might make it hard to ever reach herd immunity.

Another is how long the immunity from his first infection lasted.

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Overall, it’s unknown how long immunity to the coronavirus lasts.

They would be ideal for large wild populations because even just a few individual animals vaccinated with them could spread immunity widely.

It’s also not yet known exactly how long immunity to the coronavirus lasts.

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What sets him apart from so many of his contemporaries was his rare immunity from the influence of prevailing ideas.

The central issue is de facto immunity traditionally given to bishops and cardinals.

A warrant was issued for her arrest along with her husband, who lost his immunity as he was now forced from office.

Prior to her arrest, Johnson was living under partial immunity in Gent, Belgium, while a case was being built against her.

However, the act that gives blanket immunity seems only to apply to licensed dealers.

Violation of the immunity due to those who come with this mission, duly accredited, in the form prescribed by international law.

And the Christians claim this immunity from attack as a triumph of their arms, and a further proof of the truth of their religion.

The Swiss take precaution to protect themselves from their ravages as other folk do to procure immunity from floods.

The stage has continued to enjoy a species of traditional immunity from all the reprobation which swearing is presumed to incur.

Our closest imitation of natural immunity is vaccination against small-pox.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to immunity, such as: amnesty, charter, freedom, impunity, indemnity, and license.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.