prerogative

Mandate vs Prerogative - What's the difference?

mandate | prerogative |


As a verb mandate

is .

As a noun prerogative is

prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

Prerogative vs Privileged - What's the difference?

prerogative | privileged |


As a noun prerogative

is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

As a verb privileged is

(privilege).

As an adjective privileged is

having special privileges.

Prerogative vs Pleasure - What's the difference?

prerogative | pleasure | Related terms |

Prerogative is a related term of pleasure.


As nouns the difference between prerogative and pleasure

is that prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc) while pleasure is (uncountable) a state of being pleased.

As an interjection pleasure is

pleased to meet you.

As a verb pleasure is

to give or afford pleasure to; to please; to gratify.

Umbrage vs Prerogative - What's the difference?

umbrage | prerogative |


As nouns the difference between umbrage and prerogative

is that umbrage is feeling of anger or annoyance caused by something offensive while prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

As a verb umbrage

is to displease or cause offense.

Discretion vs Prerogative - What's the difference?

discretion | prerogative |


As nouns the difference between discretion and prerogative

is that discretion is discretion while prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

Prerogative vs Possession - What's the difference?

prerogative | possession | Related terms |

Prerogative is a related term of possession.


As nouns the difference between prerogative and possession

is that prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc) while possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As a verb possession is

(obsolete) to invest with property.

Perk vs Prerogative - What's the difference?

perk | prerogative |


As nouns the difference between perk and prerogative

is that perk is perquisite or perk can be a percolator, particularly of coffee while prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

As a verb perk

is shortened form of percolate or perk can be to become more lively or enthusiastic or perk can be (dated) to peer; to look inquisitively.

As an adjective perk

is smart; trim; spruce; jaunty; vain.

Propriety vs Prerogative - What's the difference?

propriety | prerogative |


As nouns the difference between propriety and prerogative

is that propriety is (obsolete) the particular character or essence of someone or something; individuality while prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

Prerogative vs Boon - What's the difference?

prerogative | boon | Related terms |

Prerogative is a related term of boon.


As nouns the difference between prerogative and boon

is that prerogative is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc) while boon is (obsolete) a prayer; petition or boon can be the woody portion of flax, separated from the fiber as refuse matter by retting, braking, and scutching.

As an adjective boon is

(obsolete) good; prosperous; as, "boon voyage".

Prerogative vs Influence - What's the difference?

prerogative | influence | Related terms |

Prerogative is a related term of influence.


As a noun prerogative

is prerogative (a right, or power that is exclusive to a monarch, etc).

As a verb influence is

.

As an adjective influence is

influenced.

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