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  1. Zulkijind says:
    Examples of prerogative in a Sentence That sense that the future may not last for long is often assumed to be a prerogative of youth, the dialectical complement of another misconception the young are noted for—the conviction that they are immortal.
  2. Akinokinos says:
    Prerogative definition, an exclusive right, privilege, etc., exercised by virtue of rank, office, or the like: the prerogatives of a senator. See more.
  3. Shaktisar says:
    privilege, prerogative - A privilege is a right that may be extended to a group or a number of people; a prerogative is a right that, customarily, is vested in a single person. See also related terms for privilege.
  4. Yozshuk says:
    something that certain people are able or allowed to do or have, but is not possible or allowed for everyone: Alex makes all the big decisions - that's his prerogative as company director. Skiing used to be the prerogative .
  5. Vudot says:
    PREROGATIVE, civil law. The privilege, preeminence, or advantage which one person has over another; thus a person vested with an office, is entitled to all the rights, privileges, prerogatives, &c. .
  6. Vudozilkree says:
    3 synonyms of prerogative from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 8 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for prerogative. Prerogative: something to which one has a just claim.
  7. Doumi says:
    Every species of mere bodily labor is the prerogative of these Irish. There was something that is supposed to be the prerogative of royalty in the lift of it. She carried the idea of the prerogative of rank to a high pitch. This is prerogative, and not to be limited by our municipal rules.
  8. Fenrigami says:
    Prerogative is an inherited privilege or official right that one has over others. It is particularly related to monarchs and rulers' right to command, direct, rule and control. "One could have thought it was Adam's prerogative to change Eve's mind." Perogative is the misspelling of the above word and even most times remains its mispronunciation.

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