absolute right

Definition of "absolute right"
  1. A right considered unqualified, giving the individual who holds it the legal freedom to act or choose not to act strictly as per their discretion
How to use "absolute right" in a sentence
  1. The state grants an absolute right to its citizens to vote, irrespective of their different backgrounds.
  2. Free speech is often seen as an absolute right, but it may be restricted under certain circumstances.
  3. The absolute right to remain silent during police questioning is a fundamental principle of our legal system.

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