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honour

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favour

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Synonyms for privilege

a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all

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a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)

bestow a privilege upon

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Everything knew I wanted to come It's an absolute privilege to play such an important part of families' lives and we know they remember the team involved
It's been an absolute privilege to have been in charge of the Republic of Ireland these last 30 months," he said.
Being nominated for the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award is an absolute privilege.
It's an absolute privilege to lead such a talented mix of players.
It has been an absolute privilege to work with such inspirational pupils and hugely committed sta, and to be leaving it in excellent hands and in an outstanding position.
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It is an absolute privilege and inspiration to see such imaginative, unrestrained thinking from the student teams.
Serving Lakehead has been an absolute privilege and pleasure," said Stevenson.
It is an absolute privilege to have an author of Dinaw Mengestu's stature discussing his latest novel with students and the community here at Georgetown.
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As Education Secretary, I have valued his counsel, wisdom, and friendship, and it has been an absolute privilege to work with him.
Sachin is incredibly humble, a true gentleman and it has been an absolute privilege watching his career and playing against him.
Attorneys do not have an absolute privilege against making defamatory statements when they interview potential witnesses in preparing a lawsuit, according to the Florida Supreme Court.