Origin of entitlement
Related Words for entitlementscharter, right, exemption, certificate, grant, consent, immunity, permit, privilege, ticket, warrant, authorization, license, advantage, freedom, prerogative, authority, benefit, concession, opportunity
Examples from the Web for entitlements
Contemporary Examples of entitlements
A population with an ever- increasing dependence on government in the form of entitlements and subsidies.Could George W. Bush Be The Last Republican President?
January 27, 2014
For Republicans, that meant no tax increase; for Democrats, no cuts in entitlements.Thanks, Patty Murray and Paul Ryan. You Did Your Job. Finally.
December 11, 2013
The Democratic Party we thought we knew has left us, abandoning voters on jobs, education, and entitlements.Goodbye, Blue: A Post-Obama Democratic Doctrine
Doug Schoen, Jessica Tarlov
November 15, 2013
What this is ultimately about is the same thing it's always been about: entitlements.The Senate's (Hoped For) Cease-Fire
October 15, 2013
Entitlements like Medicare and Social Security, which have yet to be affected, account for a big chunk of this rise.This Shutdown Is Not the Same as 1995 and 1996…It’s Worse
October 9, 2013
Historical Examples of entitlements
Ef 'Nervy Ann hear talk 'bout my name an' entitlements bein' in de paper, she'll quit me sho.
We must also confront the larger challenge of mandatory spending, or entitlements.
Well, from now on that's whut it better be and don't you fail to call me by them entitlements either.Back Home
Irvin S. Cobb
And, finally, to keep this economy strong we must take on the challenge of entitlements.State of the Union Addresses of George W. Bush
George W. Bush
Now, could you make out the monstrosity's entitlements a little clearer, if you please, Thomas?'Heart of the West
Federal programs, such as Social Security (see also Social Security), Medicare (see also Medicare) and Medicaid, that disburse money according to fixed formulas to citizens who fall into designated categories. Because entitlements do not require annual congressional appropriations, their cost tends to rise steadily and, in the view of some, out of control.