What is another word for Rights?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈa͡ɪts] (IPA)

Rights are the entitlements and freedoms that are given to all individuals. There are several synonyms for the word rights, including entitlements, liberties, prerogatives, powers, immunities, privileges, and freedoms. Entitlements refer to things that people are entitled to, such as healthcare, education, and housing. Liberties and freedoms are both associated with having the ability to act freely, without restriction. Prerogatives are the rights that allow someone to do something without formal permission, while powers refer to the authority to act in a certain way. Immunities protect individuals from legal or social consequences, while privileges are benefits that individuals receive due to their status or position. Overall, these synonyms all convey the idea that individuals have certain rights that empower and protect them.

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Usage examples for Rights

But I want my Rights, too.
"Leo the Circus Boy"
Ralph Bonehill
Surely the young had their Rights.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
By Rights she should have whatever there is here of any value, for, if it were not for her help, there would not have been a thing here anyway, and I've no one else to whom to leave it-so see that this letter is mailed without fail, will you?
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine

Famous quotes with Rights

  • A lot of things happened in a lot of places. And to see how well it was handled in Atlanta. There are a lot of reasons for Atlanta being a special town in the Civil Rights era.
    Ivan Allen
  • I came from a family who believed in, in quotes, the Rights of Man, who believed that in order to justify the sort of luxurious life that the majority of us have, related to the whole world, that you had to do something.
    Richard Attenborough
  • Can any of you seriously say the Bill of Rights could get through Congress today? It wouldn't even get out of committee.
    F. Lee Bailey
  • You look at the whole Human Rights questions, I happened to be there at just the right time when the country was awakening - this goes to the first question you asked - the whole country was awakening to a hundred years of injustice that hadn't been resolved yet.
    Birch Bayh
  • Civil Rights opened the windows. When you open the windows, it does not mean that everybody will get through. We must create our own opportunities.
    Mary Frances Berry

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