Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to, or of the nature of, monocracy; monarchic.

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  • adjective Having complete political power or control; autocratic

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Examples

  • The assumption of State debts had really nothing "monocratic" or anti-popular about it -- nothing even tending to infringe the rights and liberties of the several States -- while it was clearly a statesmanlike measure from the national standpoint, tending at once to restore the public credit and cement the Union.

    A History of the United States

  • Lincoln spoke of this as a disease of the "monocratic" spirit.

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  • Clyde believed this, that Edgar had earned his monocratic power through the days and nights of his self-denial, the rejection of unacceptable impulses.

    Underworld

  • Clyde believed this, that Edgar had earned his monocratic power through the days and nights of his self-denial, the rejection of unacceptable impulses.

    Underworld

  • Clyde believed this, that Edgar had earned his monocratic power through the days and nights of his self-denial, the rejection of unacceptable impulses.

    Underworld

  • In the crucial period of 1932-33 this concept of a strong, monocratic state was applied to the new reality of the Hitler regime.

    TOTALITARIANISM

  • Screw them and their small minded monocratic society.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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