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privilege

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of privilege

  1. something granted as a special favor the town's oldest resident will have the privilege of leading the parade kicking off the Heritage Celebration Synonyms of privilege appanage (also apanage), boon, concession, honor Words Related to privilege courtesy; claim, entitlement, right; birthright; perquisite, prerogative; charter, grant, patent; exemption, immunity, waiver Near Antonyms of privilege burden, duty, obligation, responsibility


privilege

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of privilege

  1. to give a right to only professionals who meet the education and experience requirements set by law are privileged to use the title “interior designer” in Oklahoma Synonyms of privilege authorize, entitle, qualifyWords Related to privilege empower, enable, enfranchise, license (also licence); approve, endorse (also indorse); allow, let, permit; accredit, certificate, certify, charter [British], ratify; legitimize, sanction, validate, warrant; reaccredit, reapprove, recertify, recharter, revalidateNear Antonyms of privilege disable, disempower, disenfranchise; decertify; disallow, forbid, proscribe; delegitimize, invalidate, nullifyAntonyms of privilege disqualify



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