privilege

[ priv-uh-lij, priv-lij ]SEE DEFINITION OF privilege

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIVILEGE

Those less than the very best frankly esteem it a privilege.

Accept them for a dowry; and allow me to claim one privilege in return.

It is not your privilege as a nation to speak of a distant past.

"You will do me a very great favour if you will let me have that privilege," said Austin.

"As she's my mare, perhaps I might have the privilege," said Dick.

Going to the Father without fear is a privilege for every minute of the day.

Pilgrims to Vaucluse must be prepared to pay dear for the privilege.

A lovely girl, my dear Mrs. Van Dam,' she said; 'a privilege to know her.

Beauty must be the first law of life to the sex that has not the privilege of choosing.

He hoped he might have the privilege of repeating his visit.

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