Privilege in a sentence

use Privilege in a sentence

privilege;

[noun] A special advantage, immunity or benefit given to s specific person or group;

Equal rights and privileges are guaranteed to all Turkish citizens.

Two hundred years ago, most of the world was ruled by monarchs, and voting was a rare privilege.

Our credit card users have certain privileges, such as discounts at certain stores, travel insurance, etc.

It was a privilege to be working with them.

It’s an immense pleasure and a great privilege for me to meet you.

I once had the privilege of meeting one of the top heart surgeons in the world.

I consider it a privilege to have been involved from the start in the Mathakondapalli Model School (MMS) project.

I feel it is a privilege to be able to work in an area that interests me and in one that I have chosen.

It is such a privilege to be able to help desperately needy people through this agency.

I had the privilege of making the speech on behalf of Mr Ian Davies, Head of St. Dunstan’s, and myself.

Recently I had the privilege of meeting the author of the recently released book The Flaming Truth a history of Belfast’s fire brigade.