Prerogative

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Prerogative often implies a power that is not questioned or challenged. SlideThe queen exercised her prerogative to dissolve parliament.
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Prerogative is specifically for rights unique to a person or group, not general rights. SlideThe manager's prerogative includes overriding certain decisions.
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Often used in legal or formal contexts where specific rights are granted. SlideUnder this law, it's the government's prerogative to regulate trade.