How to use Prerogative in a sentence as a noun

If he wants to take the shortcomings of a subset of MBAs and apply those as a stereotype across the entire population, that's his prerogative.

But the historic relationship between employer and employee had a strong bias toward freedom of contract - that is, if an employer and an employee agreed to a certain working relationship, that was their prerogative and the government had no say in the matter.

And if the kids aren't even interested in setting up their own XBox, well then that's their prerogative.

If America wants to reenact the fall of Rome, that's their prerogative, but as a foreigner I wish other foreigners would not cheerlead them as they do so.

Of course it is completely Reginald's prerogative to pick any style he wants.

If you want to publish a newsletter with stock tips and only disclose it to paying clients that is your prerogative, too.

Why do you care so much what your 'link profile' is?Well, besides the fact that it's his prerogative to care about his blog's search ranking, I think the implications are pretty obvious; he's suggesting that if it could happen to him, it could happen to anyone, including someone who does have a commercial interest.

It's not the submitter's prerogative to do that for everybody.

But know that they paled in comparison to the NSA, and that is our prime prerogative.

That's my prerogative.> And it is not like disqus did not warn its users , they did.

The record companies real problem with filesharing is that they feel that not paying musicians is their own special prerogative and it annoys them for everybody else to be getting in on the act, especially in a manner so unprofessional that it doesn't even bother including absurdly written contracts.

If these guys want a parachute, that's their prerogative.

With all due respect, I'm not sure there's a correlation between being familiar with <insert_your_startup_here> and being the kind of person said startup is looking for. It's your prerogative, of course, but that sort of filtering doesn't seem very optimal to me. Shouldn't you want to inform people of the awesome and important work you're doing?

Maybe, but it's a customer's prerogative to complain about a bad experience.

Prerogative definitions

noun

a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right); "suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males"

See also: privilege perquisite