Simple past tense and past participle of advantage.(verb)
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Use "advantaged" in a sentence
"Marcopolo the Ramrod's letter is easily an open insult to the 70% of Americans who make less than 25K/year, but beyond that, it beautifully exposes an appalling obliviousness to the state of our country by certain advantaged members of society, as well as an absolute disregard for those who do not share their tax bracket."
"Frequently the most difficult frontier for many people to cross is the railroad tracks in their own city which separates the economically advantaged from the disadvantaged."
""Everyone benefits, including the many disadvantaged children who attend so-called advantaged schools," Doman said."