How to use Privilege in a sentence as a noun

They seem to be trying to sell him on a rotten deal because they think it's just such a privilege to work on their golden idea that they don't need to compensate properly.

The way you take your privilege for granted makes me sick, you selfish bastard!!!

The amount of privilege built into this "painful failure" is disquieting.

They both bribe incumbent owners/renters/voters with an economically valuable seniority privilege, at the expense of the future and flexibility.

Gasp!In this world, agency is a privilege that's hard to measure.

Moreover, early exercise is not possible if your options haven't vested unless you specifically get an early exercise privilege as part of your grant.

It is no secret that many persons of privilege of this type will wind up frittering away their lives with little focus or purpose and will never develop the character traits that would enable them to excel in life.

Many people throughout the world do not have the privilege of completing a college education and it simply cannot be a rule of life that "play" is the operative way of doing things.

Getting money quickly from a merchant account is a privilege, not a right.

How to use Privilege in a sentence as a verb

That privilege is afforded in exchange for honoring the chargeback process, which for good reason initially favors the consumer by provisionally reversing the transaction.

"Dumbblack""then proceeds to do what black men always cant help but do""black men always telling which way is up because they feel they are the authority when it comes to any and everything, most often when they dont know **** about ****"" I know when black people start to speak down to me from their pedatsol which is white privilege, they arent listening, nor will they""I cannot afford to take black peoples **** anymore.

The real reason programmers are not paid in proportion to their productivity: They don't demand it. I had the privilege of working with some extremely talented and productive people.

That sort of note saw the conversion right as a privilege belonging strictly to the noteholder.

Now you have to [1]pay $100 for the privilege of reading the mailing list for an open source project?

So, [Clapper] said, he was continuing to assert the state\n secrets privilege, which allows the government to seek \n to block information from being used in court even if \n that means the case must be dismissed.\n\nIt's almost funny to see the administration's hypocrisy on full display.

Clapper's assertion is such a glaring abuse that I would hope it could set up another supreme court challenge to the privilege.

The CPU would be an obvious choice as well -- could there be some sequence of instructions that enables privilege escalation?On protocols, the best sort of vulnerability for the NSA would be the kind that is still somewhat difficult and expensive to exploit.

Privilege definitions

noun

a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all

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: prerogative perquisite

noun

(law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship

verb

bestow a privilege upon

See also: favor favour