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What is the opposite of privileged?

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Adjective
Opposite of having special rights, advantages, or immunities
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“They have spent years lavishing their love on scores of disadvantaged and special needs children.”
Adjective
(of information) Opposite of protected from being made public
“He further relies upon the fact that, unbeknown to him, his informant status had become public knowledge.”
Adjective
Opposite of having the requisite authority or permission
“Previously ineligible patients may now be able to participate in the study.”
Adjective
Opposite of not subject to legal discovery due to a protected status
“Does that cover a person adjudged liable to pay a pecuniary penalty in a civil action?”
Adjective
Opposite of financially wealthy or having access to resources
“In the past, they led a poor life, but they still consider themselves as poor people today when they are rich.”
Adjective
Opposite of desired or sought after
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Opposite of being part of a select group with a high social standing
“In their latest podcast, they accuse each other of losing touch with the common man.”
Adjective
Opposite of endowed with divine favor and protection
“The prisoner's condemned life behind bars was self-inflicted.”
Adjective
Opposite of exclusive to, or for, someone, something or a group
“Once payment has been accepted, you will then get unrestricted access to all the facilities at this gym.”
Adjective
Opposite of only used by or consisting of a privileged group
“Impaired judgment may take the form of diminished concern for the future, increased risk-taking, unrestrained drinking of alcohol, and indiscriminate selection of food.”
Adjective
Opposite of pleased with having the honor of doing something
“My pride is instantly deflated and I feel insulted, but I continue because my drive is not financial.”
Adjective
Opposite of protected from difficulties or unpleasant realities
“Just think to yourself that you've had a tough life, but you're still standing.”
Adjective
Opposite of involving or creating favorable circumstances that increase the chances of success or effectiveness
“The Germans were hampered by poor visibility, in addition to being in an unfavorable tactical position, just as Jellicoe had intended.”
Adjective
Opposite of open or available only to a select few
“The inner circle should include your close family members that you trust, and your outer circle should include all the other people that you know.”
Noun
Opposite of cream of society
Verb
(archaic) Opposite of past tense for to bring or put into a condition of privilege
“A perfect example is the case of taxation policies, which may favor or disfavor a section of the population.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to bestow legal or official authority to
“He did not see why a man's being thought qualified to hold a public office, should disqualify him from being an equitable judge.”
Verb
(archaic) Opposite of past tense for to grant some particular exemption to
“The Government invited industries and institutions to provide quality medical service because it did not want to burden people with more taxes.”
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