privy to or of?

Prepositions after "privy"

Is it usefull? (4 / 2 votes)

In 98% of cases privy to is used

Only Eva is privy to the boy Kevin really is.

When is Someone Party or Privy to a Contract? 8.

The reader is privy to the birth of each child, Mr.

Unless there is some grand masterplan that you are privy to and the rest of us are not.

Though beetle-browed and inarticulate and insanitary, he had been privy to the mysteries.

He withheld further comment on the political issue, saying he wasn't privy to the details.

Currently, teaching high school, I am not privy to the psychoeducational evaluations of most of the students I teach.

Although we civilians weren't privy to the details, we sensed things were bad, and could get really bad, really quick.

Being privy to both recent and past happenings in this country, I guess it would not be difficult for you to decipher.

In 1% of cases privy of is used

Others remain the privy of private organisations.

Yet there are a few things the modern male should be privy of.

I will at once grab your rss feed to stay privy of any updates.

I will directly grab your rss feed to stay privy of any updates.

So when decisions are taken at Cabinet he is not privy of (them).

I will instantly grab your rss feed to stay privy of any updates.

I will right away grab your rss feed to stay privy of any updates.

I will immediately grab your rss feed to stay privy of any updates.

I definitely will right away grab your rss feed to stay privy of any updates.

I will certainly promptly grab your rss feed to stay privy of any kind of updates.