Examples of entitlement in a Sentence
my entitlement to a refund
celebrities who have an arrogant sense of entitlement
entitlements such as medical aid for the elderly and poor
Recent Examples of entitlement from the Web
Paid for by a veteran with SSI entitlement dollars.
Per Bloomberg: Conservatives in the Republican Study Committee and House Freedom Caucus are pushing for deep cuts to entitlement tied to the debt ceiling which moderates in the party are not prepared to vote in favor of.
Conservatives in the Republican Study Committee and House Freedom Caucus are pushing for deep cuts to entitlement tied to the debt ceiling which moderates in the party are not prepared to vote in favor of.
Consequently, these materials quickly endear a sense of entitlement and a place on the shelf of necessity.
There are other entitlements that help them there as well.
Then what about his sense of entitlement to things that aren’t his?
Lewinsky said that Ailes built a culture of male entitlement that made women within his organization targets for harassment.
Yet as safety-net programs have expanded, there is more political pressure to keep those benefits – even as fiscal pressure is mounting to reduce the cost of entitlement programs.
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First Known Use of entitlement
ENTITLEMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of entitlement for English Language Learners
: the condition of having a right to have, do, or get something
: the feeling or belief that you deserve to be given something (such as special privileges)
: a type of financial help provided by the government for members of a particular group
legal Definition of entitlement
- evidence of victim's entitlement to money seized
- —National Law Journal
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