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priviledg (plural priviledges)

  1. Obsolete form of privilege.
    • 1676, Isaak Newton, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London[1], page 561:
      And then, ſince Mr. Gaſcoin tells you, That the Experiment being of it ſelf extraordinary and ſurprizing , and beſides uſhering in new Principles into Opticks, quite contrary to the common and received , it will be hard to perſwade it as a truth, till it be made ſo viſible to all as it were a ſhame to deny it: if he eſteem it ſo extraordinary , he may have the priviledg of making it ſo viſible to all , that it will be a ſhame to deny it.