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- adv. In a dictatorial manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dictatorial or commanding manner; dogmatically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an overbearingly domineering manner; as a dictator
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With these perspectives in mind, the insistence of FYROM Slavs to be called "Macedonians," a name dictatorially established and supported by communism´s brutal force and theoretical base sixty years ago, clashes now with the age-old freedom of Hellenic Macedonians to be called "Macedonians."
Recently Sam Adams has dictatorially decided that he'll use $3.2 Million (per year, I believe) of the Parking taxes for the Milwaukie Light Rail.
In revenge, the opinion of one person dictatorially provides the answer to these questions, without an elected govenment or a market to balance other people's opinion.
For Leninists there was an answer: the vanguard of the proletariat rules dictatorially.
By the time she has figured out how to be a working, often single parent—which arguments to bite back, which to dictatorially win—by then Jory will be gone.
However, I think the mayor is beginning to behave dictatorially, more like a king than a mayor.
Obama is behaving dictatorially, if Bush was, but magnified.
- The writer continues: "The system has a different morality as a group than the people do as individuals, which permits it to willfully produce ineffective or dangerous products, deal dictatorially and often unfairly with suppliers, pay bribes for business, abrogate the rights of employees by demanding blind loyalty to management or tamper with the democratic process of government through illegal political contributions."
Agreed even a corporate CEO can't behave dictatorially and be effective.
DK: “You must always cut – ly adverbs,” he said dictatorially.