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No ill use has been made of these privileges; but the domain and wealth of Great Britain have received amazing addition.THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTIONCARL BECKER
By the fourteenth amendment to the federal constitution their rights and privileges have been further secured.PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
I am prepared to recognise the principle established by law—that there shall be equality in civil privileges.BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
But next—many civil rulers form another class which exacts upon the privileges of the Church.THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
Would it be cruel to cut off children from the privileges of civil society because of their feebleness?THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
The privileges enjoyed by the children of those in communion with the Church, manifest them to be under obligation.THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
He is my brother's most intimate associate and often fancies that he is entitled to the same privileges as the family.THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
From the time of Julius Caesar they were allowed to build synagogues and granted many other privileges.GOSPEL PHILOSOPHYJ. H. WARD
The sultan of Turkey issued a firman granting new rights and privileges to his Christian subjects.THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
We are politically, not of them, but aliens to the laws and political privileges of the country.THE CONDITION, ELEVATION, EMIGRATION, AND DESTINY OF THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATESMARTIN R. DELANY

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dissilientadjective | [dih-sil-ee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION