in the nineteenth century, only a privileged few had the vote
Having the rare opportunity to do something that brings particular pleasure
I felt I had been privileged to compete in such a race
(of information) Legally protected from being made public
the intelligence reports are privileged
blessed with privileges; "the privileged few"
not subject to usual rules or penalties; "a privileged statement"
inside: confined to an exclusive group; "privy to inner knowledge"; "inside information"; "privileged information"
(privilege) a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all
bestow a privilege upon
(privilege) prerogative: a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right); "suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males"
Privileged is a 1982 film, the first theatrical release from the Oxford Film Foundation and was Hugh Grant's screen debut. ...
Season 1 of The CW comedy-drama series, Privileged. The show premiered in the USA on The CW on September 9, 2008.
A privilege is a special entitlement to immunity granted by the state or another authority to a restricted group, either by birth or on a conditional basis. It can be revoked in certain circumstances. In modern democratic states, a privilege is conditional and granted only after birth. ...
(Privilege (album)) Privilege is an album by Ivor Cutler, originally released in 1983 on Rough Trade Records. ...
(Privilege (canon law)) Privilege in the Canon law of the Roman Catholic Church is the legal concept whereby someone is exempt from the ordinary operation of the law over time for some specific purpose.
(Privilege (computing)) In computing, privilege is defined as the delegation of authority over a computer system. A privilege is a permission to perform an action. ...
(Privilege) An “unearned advantage” that works to “systematically over empower certain groups” in society/the world. Privilege assigns dominance simply based on gender, race, sexuality, and nationality, among other factors of identity. ...
(Privilege) Refers to evidence based on private communications made within legally recognized “confidential relationships,” such as marriage, attorney-client, patient-psychiatrist, and priest-penitent. ...
(Privilege) The right of a party to refuse to disclose a document or produce a document or to refuse to answer questions on the ground of some special interest recognised by law.
(Privilege) Unearned access to resources (social power) only readily available to some people as a result of their social group membership.
(Privilege) A benefit or advantage to certain persons beyond the advantages of other persons, i.e., an exemption, immunity, power, etc.
(Privilege) a client’s right to refuse to disclose confidential communications between the client and certain persons in a professional relationship with the client such as lawyers, doctors, psychologists, etc.
Legal professional privilege. Attaches to a document, the primary purpose of which is to obtain legal advice and which need not be disclosed to the other party.
(Privilege) A status relating to the rights of the House and its members and the priority of motions and actions on the floor of the House. ...
(PRIVILEGE) Protection against disclosure of information based on communications made in confidence between parties having legally protected relationships. ...
(Privilege (and racial privilege)) Privilege encompasses the many unearned advantages of higher status, such as personal contacts with employers, good childhood health care, inherited money, and speaking the same dialect and accent as people with institutional power. ...
(Privilege (with)) the right to purchase similar items or lots in succession.
(Privilege) A benefit or immunity conferred by law.
(Privilege) A legal idea or concept of lesser significance than a right.