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privilege
Definition:
To grant a privilege to: to exempt.

Synonyms:

noun
attribute
privilege.
authority
authority, birthright, charge, clout, cogency, command, commission, control, credential, domination, empowerment, enfranchisement, entitlement, faculty, force, influence, kingship, mandate, mastery, might, mightiness, office, potency, power, powerfulness, precedence, prerogative, prestige, primacy, puissance, punch, purview, rank, right, seniority, sovereignty, stature, steam, strength, superiority, sway, title, Prepotency.
charter
indenture.
dismissal
absolution, amnesty, concession, discharge, dismissal, dispensation, exception, excuse, exemption, freedom, immunity, liberty, license, pardon, permission, release, relief, reprieve, stay, waiver.
freedom
abolitionism, citizenship, enfranchisement, flexibility, impunity, independency, laxity, liberty, Elbowroom, Rampancy, Freedoms, Self Determination, citizenships, representative government, disimprisonment, extriction, full play, full swing, laissez faire, own accord, plenty of rope, self-determination, enfranchisements.
fringe benefit
gravy, Solatium, additional benefit, compensation package, employee benefit.
gift
grant.
irregularity
looseness, strangeness, unorthodoxy, Unconformity, unconformities, unorthodoxies.
permit
legalization, permit, safe-conduct, visa, VISAS, safeconduct, legalizations, safe-conducts.
power
omnipotence, Imperia, Imperium, say so.
privilege
exclusive right, favor, favour, perquisite, prerogative.
rank
hierarchy, primacy.
reputation
acceptability, dependability, reliability, rep, repute, trustworthiness, dependabilities, renowns.
reward
prize.
right, due
advantage, allowance, appanage, appurtenance, authority, authorization, benefit, birthright, boon, chance, charter, claim, concession, entitlement, event, exemption, favor, franchise, freedom, grant, immunity, liberty, license, opportunity, perquisite, prerogative, right, sanction.
self-government
self-government.
verb
dismiss
absolve, dismiss, dispel, except, exempt, free, liberate, permit, relieve.
social
favor, favour, privilege.
Examples of usage:
  1. And all I ask of them is, that they allow me the same privilege. – Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity by Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard
  2. But you have gone beyond your privilege. – The Two Destinies by Wilkie Collins
  3. I thought it a privilege to live in such a land. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  4. You're giving up your rights and offering me a very unusual privilege. – For the Allinson Honor by Harold Bindloss
  5. This is the privilege and responsibility we share. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various

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