undemocratically love



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  • adv. In an undemocratic manner; not democratically.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an undemocratic manner


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  • Obama and his people want to end it soon because they want to hide their real selfish motive, that is, to cheat and force their win undemocratically (let Florida and Michigan, and other states be heard!) and unfairly (Obama outspent Hillary by 3 to 1 when the poor supports Hillary but cannot make a contribution to her).

    Exit polls: Voters want the Democratic race to continue

  • The White House press secretary, Dana Perino, this morning accused Democrats of basically "undemocratically" blocking votes on the energy bill.

    CNN Transcript Jul 29, 2008

  • Our country is full of decisions that are made "undemocratically".

    Good Riddance to Lords Like Lipsey

  • To completely censor and, need I say "undemocratically," silence members of their own "community" from speaking freely on the illegal and murderous colonization of an entire sepia-toned people in the Middle East, is unjust, and reeks of hypocrisy coming from a community that claims a strong allegiance to and reliance on the principles of human rights.

    Electronic Intifada : Palestine

  • More than 340 SPLM officials across the ten Southern Sudan states have declared their independent candidatures, accusing the Political Bureau of "undemocratically" handpicking mostly "unpopular" party officials as flag bearers for various constituencies.

    Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan

  • The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which has threatened Niger with economic sanctions if it behaves "undemocratically", said on 23 June it has received assurance from Niger's prime minister that the rule of law will be respected.


  • She claimed that the council had behaved undemocratically and wanted to exclude the voices of locals campaigning to preserve services and funding.

    Protesters occupy Lambeth Town Hall to make voices heard about cuts

  • Liberals have undemocratically imposed their amorality on America through Hollywood, the education system, the judiciary, and the media.


  • So the only way it can then be imposed is undemocratically.

    ECB austerity drive raises fears for democratic accountability in Europe

  • I brought up the health care bill because it is a prime example of our government acting undemocratically.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Originalism and Linguistic Questions


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