Prerogative in a Sentence

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Definition of Prerogative

a special right, power, or privilege

Use Prerogative in a sentence

  1. Since he was a senior member of the golf club, Allan had the prerogative to reject new member applications.

  2. The princess felt it was her prerogative to always walk in front of everyone else.

  3. If you choose to follow your prerogative and behave badly, then do not be surprised if prison is in your future!

  4. As an A-List movie star, it was always his prerogative to get free tickets to movie premieres.

  5. Just because you are rich does not give you the prerogative to break the law!

  6. When he remembered the judge had the prerogative to place him in prison, the convict held his tongue.

  7. Changing the law is not the lone prerogative of politicians.

  8. Since it was his prerogative, the instructor ended the class twenty minutes early.

  9. The governor of each state has the prerogative to declare a state of emergency when necessary.

  10. If your doctor prescribes a medicine you do not want, it is your prerogative to refuse it.

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Prerogative synonyms

right, privilege, franchise, charter, advantage, privelege

Prerogative antonyms

duty, obligation