Entitlements [noun]

Definition of Entitlements:

authority, permission

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Sentence/Example of Entitlements:

As a result, traditional dance forms like Bharatanatyam and Kathak were appropriated and turned into fiefdoms of upper-caste entitlement.

Such language is not only dismissive of our identities, but also reveals a deep hostility to our entitlement to equal protection of the law.

Even in North Carolina, he adds, it takes builders a year to buy a tract of land, get all the entitlements in place, add roads and sewers, then put up the homes.

The new entitlement will allow employees to take paid time off for part or all of 12 weeks over a 12-month period, effective with births, adoptions or foster placements that occur Thursday and after.

After all, their companies have so skewed the meaning of being an employee by instilling such a sense of entitlement that this kind of response is predictable.

I deduce all right and all entitlement from myself; I am entitled to everything that I have might over.

We increase spending next year for Social Security and Medicare and other entitlement programs by $81 billion.

The entitlement programs that make up our safety net for the truly needy have worthy goals and many deserving recipients.

We increase spending next year for Social Security and Medicare, and other entitlement programs, by $81 billion.

But I knows just from looking at him that he's too old for such a fancy entitlement as that.