use prerogative in a sentence.
By 'pejorative', I meant 'prerogative'.
And that's your prerogative and I think you should 100% be able to do that.
However, you seem to want to disbelieve him uncritically, and that's your prerogative.
That may or may not be his prerogative, depending on the laws where he bikes.
How a vendor chooses to break it down is their prerogative.
If Google wants to write some better docs, that’s their prerogative.
And it's our prerogative to point out when those opinions seem flat-out wrong from our (hopefully) better-informed perspective.
And it's other people's prerogative if they choose to not use that code due to the license.
Anyway, you're totally right that it's his prerogative to build a site however he sees fit, and it's my prerogative to leave, but it's also my prerogative to complain about it and call it half-assed.
It's Microsoft's prerogative to make business decisions for itself.
If you feel uncomfortable when surrounded by homosexuals that's your prerogative.
That's your prerogative, but let's at least not pretend they are useless just because you personally may not like them.
Which is absolutely your prerogative - as long as you're not asking anyone to pay you for the service or to base their work on yours.
If users don't want to provide an email (and then can't reset their password), that should be their prerogative.
If you want to wave the flag that is your prerogative.