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- adj. nepotistic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to nepotism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or belonging to nepotism; practising or displaying nepotism.
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Ijaz Butt is a peripheral figure in Pakistan cricket, his position a grace-and-favour nepotic appointment.
She had passed the podunk Arkansas Bar exam after tubing the DC one and her slumming down to Fayettville Law School was greased by Bill's first nepotic reward for her...
In the sense that we will avoid dynastic politics continuing, break the nepotic progression and lauding people's blood ties that permeates DC and has been a cancer in that Imperial City since the Kennedy.
And a unique kinship - maybe it was because Benazir Bhutto put her own nepotic legal fees, Boards appointments, guaranteed Senate seat, and cattle futures profits to shame...
Not that I like the nepotic roots of folks like Teddy Kennedy and Elliot Sptzer.
She isn't near as smart as Nixon or Bill, has no significant litigation or law making history as a lawyer, failed the Bar exam, and had a 35-year long ride on nepotic connections giving her power and jobs...
When one wins an election they were not given the office so "nepotic despot" is just name calling.
When one wins an election they were not given the office so “nepotic despot” is just name calling.
"My being articulate on the non-performance and nepotic tendencies on the part of government has turned me into a target of the police," Masuku said, adding his stance did "not go down well" with some members of government.
Umbono Consultants cc, was both nepotic and corrupt.