The president has not given immigration reform the priority it deserves.
We make our son our priority and honestly, we didn't do that before.
Gun control should be Obama's "number one priority," Bloomberg added.
“This is a crucial oversight position and should be a priority for an agency facing substantial management challenges,” said Cruz.
Harry Truman made it a priority in 1948, but had no power to pass it with a Republican Congress.
To determine the question of priority in such matters is neither easy nor important.
And there are two great evidences of religion—the priority of the soul and the order of the heavens.
Had he asked me to show why action here should have priority over action in France, then I might have been of some use.
These were arranged in accordance with their claim to priority.
The War Office members decided as to the priority of the various demands made upon the railway companies.
late 14c., "state of being earlier," from Old French priorite (14c.), from Medieval Latin prioritatem (nominative prioritas) "fact or condition of being prior," from Latin prior (see prior (adj.)). From c.1400 as "precedence in right or rank."