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- adj. Tyrannical.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a tyrant; suiting a tyrant; unjustly severe in government; absolute; imperious; despotic; cruel; arbitrary
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as tyrannical.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty
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This whole situation shows exactly how much respect Obama has for law and freedom, and where his priorities areof helping liberals regardless of their corruption or tyrannic impulses.
On the one hand, it acknowledges the righteousness in overthrowing tyrannic authority, such as Nazi Germany, yet cites some Bible passages indicating that submission to authority is the Christian thing to do.
Bill Nighy did any excellent job with his part as he had in previous movies, he makes a great tyrannic and ruthless vampire.
They ruled awhile and theirs was harsh tyrannic rule, iv.
There be rulers who have ruled with a foul tyrannic sway, i.
There be rulers who have ruled with a foul tyrannic sway
They ruled awhile and theirs was harsh tyrannic rule,
Do you feel that just because a dozen of Tibetens see this chance as the perfect time to appeal to the world on independence that the Tibetans are really living under tyrannic rule?
But Frederick is responsible, as every principal is, who launches an agent in a lawless and tyrannic course.
After several weak or tyrannic reigns, the Roman Empire had a good emperor in Probus, whom the legions massacred, and elected