privilege

Part of speech: verb

To grant a privilege to.

Part of speech: noun

A right or advantage enjoyed by certain persons only.

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Usage examples "privilege":

  1. It is a good deal of a privilege for me to tell you so." - "The Fighting Chance", Robert W. Chambers.
  2. I ask you to sacrifice your pride, as we all of us must on occasion, and your rights, as is a soldier's privilege, and see this business through to a finish. - "Winds of the World", Talbot Mundy.
  3. I understood that you were a man of letters, and I hoped I might have the privilege of hearing from your own lips some account of your literary experiences. - "A Mortal Antipathy", Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr..