1. prerogative

noun. ['prɪˈrɑːgətɪv, ˈpɝːˈɑːgətɪv'] a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right).


  • right
  • exclusive right
  • easement
  • privilege
  • perquisite


  • wrongness
  • improper
  • inaccurate
  • incorrect

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Rhymes with Prerogative

  • alternative
  • captive
  • causative
  • causative
  • cognitive
  • collaborative
  • collaborative
  • collective
  • combative
  • commemorative
  • commemorative
  • communicative
  • comparative
  • conductive
  • congestive
  • connective
  • constructive
  • consultative
  • contemplative
  • contraceptive

How do you pronounce prerogative?

Pronounce prerogative as ˈpərˈɑgətɪv.

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How to spell prerogative? Is it perogative? Or prerrogativa? Common misspellings are:

  • perogative
  • prerrogativa

Sentences with prerogative

1. Noun, singular or mass
Their main prerogative in this time is to mate as much as possible, to produce the next generation.

2. Adjective
The women's liberation movement made it their prerogative to wear whatever they felt on any particular day.

Quotes about prerogative

1. I am surprised how difficult for people is to say "I love you". They only say the three magic words when they are sure they will hear "I love you too"back. C'mon! Spread the energy of love without expecting anything! Cowards are incapable of expressing love; it is the prerogative of the brave
- Paulo Coelho

2. It is a fool's prerogative to utter truths that no one else will speak.
- Neil Gaiman