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Cynthia had a very privileged upbringing.
a privileged class/group/elite
For the privileged few, opportunities to make money always exist.
We feel very privileged because we get a year off work with full pay.
All those who were privileged to work with him have special memories.
These advisers occupy a privileged position within the company.
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