Thesaurus / privileged

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“Sweden is one of the most medically privileged and healthcare privileged nations on the planet,” Vermund says.

Kaguya knows her elevated status is what her parents dreamed of for her, so that she could live the privileged life they never had.

The presumption of innocence, once seen as a liberal conceit aimed at protecting the oppressed, is ridiculed as justification to guard the racially privileged.

Josefowitz highlighted her relatively privileged circumstances, namely attentive staff and zero coronavirus cases in the beachfront building.

Now the dining room was considered as a privileged place by the ancient Romans.

I know, however, that you consider yourself a privileged person.

The Yellow CrayonE. Phillips Oppenheim

It is the name of a felon—of one under doom of outlawry—whom all men are privileged to slay.

Guy Rivers: A Tale of GeorgiaWilliam Gilmore Simms

He invited them to the Royal Museum, where they were privileged to view some of the most precious treasures of the Kingdom.

Kisington TownAbbie Farwell Brown

The most remarkable lady—this to Corklemore, in confidence—I have ever been privileged to meet.

Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)Richard Doddridge Blackmore

Here before me was beauty of the purest type I have ever been privileged to see.

The Portal of DreamsCharles Neville Buck

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