privilege (n.) Old form(s): priuiledge
sanctuary, immunity, asylum
1H6 II.iv.86[Richard to Warwick, of Somerset] He bears him on the place's privilege [i.e. he relies on the fact that the Temple is a privileged place of sanctuary]
KJ I.i.261[Bastard to Lady Faulconbridge] Some sins to bear their privilege on earth
Tit IV.iv.57[Saturninus to all] Nor age nor honour shall shape privilege

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