Definitions of "immunity"
  1. Legally granted protection from a responsibility or obligation bestowed upon an individual or group
  2. A specific law that prevents certain documents or information from being disclosed or accessible during legal proceedings
How to use "immunity" in a sentence
  1. The whistle-blower was promised immunity from prosecution in return for his testimony.
  2. The embassy staff enjoys diplomatic immunity and therefore they cannot be arrested.
  3. By claiming immunity, the corporation was able to avoid fulfilling certain regulatory requirements.

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