privilege

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Synonyms for privilege

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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I find it very emotional to be honest and it's a privilige to be there.
May I just say what a privilige it was for me to cover the club for almost a tenth of its existence and to everyone out there - supporters, players, staff, journalists, coaches, far, far too many to mention - a huge thank you for your help, your kindness, your good humour and your company.
I HAD the privilige of visiting Peterborough on Friday to watch my puppy run in an open-race.
Consuela, using the privilige afforded to members of players' families, has constantly been pictured cheering her son's birdie putts from inside of the ropes.
His come out of the race in fine shape and, to be honest, it's just a privilige to be in the final; it promises to be a cracker.
It's a privilige to be playing with the people there, and with four successive Premiership titles and back-to-back European Cups, I wouldn't want to be anywhere else.
RYANAIR is letting passengers check-in bigger bags - but they'll pay a packet for the privilige.
To be head coach of your national team is a great privilige and honour.
Different colours denote different perks and priviliges the card have to offer as well as their value.
He's sold millions of records as one half of Robson & Jerome, but Grantchester star Robson Green admits you're more likely to find him hillwalking than enjoying VIP priviliges at gigs.