overprivileged

o·ver·priv·i·leged

 (ō′vər-prĭv′ə-lĭjd)
adj.
Having an excess of opportunities or advantages.

o′ver·priv′i·leged n.

overprivileged

(ˌəʊvəˈprɪvəlɪdʒd)
adj
having too many privileges
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But with the knowledge that removing admin rights could mitigate 80 percent of all critical Microsoft vulnerabilities reported in 2017, the specific security threat that overprivileged admin users pose to their businesses is clear.
It disqualified overprivileged (rich and powerful) nominees who did not belong to those underprivileged sectors (poor and powerless).
TOLKIEN (12A) HH HHH REEKING of radioactive levels of unthinking snobbery, this dreary account of the early life of the acclaimed author of The Hobbit fatally overestimates the appeal of being cooped up for two hours with self-regarding and overprivileged public school boys.
TOLKIEN (12A) *** REEKING of radioactive levels of unthinking snobbery, this dreary account of the early life of the acclaimed author of The Hobbit fatally overestimates the appeal of being cooped up for two hours with self-regarding and overprivileged public school boys.
That was exactly the feeling that the Royals were infinitely overprivileged," Gristwood said.
I'm betting yesterday's waste of our money on the wedding of an overprivileged Hooray Henrietta had a lot to do with her daddy.
And as I sit here, in this massive room with its en-suite bathroom, free WiFi and all-inclusive bills, I realise why we see Millennials as overprivileged and delusional.
On almost every front, this odious, lying, sinister, overprivileged man-toddler has pulled off the incredible trick of proving worse than just about anyone feared.
There is also Jeevan's brother Frank, who works as a ghostwriter for "some overprivileged philanthropist" and whose words and ideas seem to merge fully with Frank's own mental life to the extent that their authorship becomes undecidable (186-87).
Stowaway [8] analyzes API calls to detect overprivileged applications and RiskRanker [9] identifies applications with different security risks statically.
Not saying he means to, but it's clear from the comment threads (this shot round social media like an atom in the Hadron Collider) that this was serious high-five territory, as comment after comment praised his "stand" as something wonderful, for sticking it so beautifully to The Man, the high falutin', the over-paid and overprivileged, not forgetting the Tory Toffs at Westminster-On-Alien-Planet, who wouldn't know a standard class ticket from an artichoke.