immunity

[ ih-myoo-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF immunity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMUNITY

One must, it seems, be young to enjoy this nineteenth-century immunity.

After the Austrian war, an act of “immunity” was passed, in his behalf.

A billion dollars and immunity to cut off the outer dome of force.

Is it not a feature of our age that none can claim privilege nor immunity?

How many a coward stab would be given in the shadow of that immunity!

He had found his destiny and submitted to it, after a long period of immunity.

No warfare interferes with the immunity of their persons or property.

Offer him immunity if he will tell you all he knows—and I suspect that is a good deal.

Even this obtained for him neither complaisance nor immunity from abuse.

You can imagine the longing to be like other men—to presume on the years of immunity.

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