English words and Examples of Usage
use "privilege" in a sentence
Usually, like himself, they had enjoyed the privile
ge of university, not then the purview of the lower classes.
The ship was granted the rare
ge of passing through the Dardanelles with guns mounted.
Pope Leo X later made the dispensation
occupation of Greece, during which civilians suffered terrible hardships, and died from privation
and hunger, proved to be a difficult and costly task.
The idea of a mixed perfection, on the contrary, formally or directly connotes, along with what is positive in the perfection, some privation
Here they were destined to battle against many obstacles, privation
of the necessaries of life, difficulty of communication and poverty, which drove the missionaries to the verge of starvation.
After months of appalling privation
and starvation followed by regular bouts of intense agonising pain you would say anything to make it stop.
All her life she had lived through wars, privation
and unrest, and the headstone erected over her grave in Broadwater churchyard bore witness to the unsettled and disturbed times she had known.
Inevitably death, privation
and destruction have followed in the wake of these finance capitalists.
More than 100,000 Serbs had also fled Kosovo.4 Though it now seems that there has not been widespread starvation among those remaining in Kosovo, privation
and hardship have been extreme.
I spent all my boyhood in frugality, privation
and hard work, reclaiming the Sabine rocks, digging and planting those flinty fields
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