Definition of monocracy in English:

monocracy

Syllabification: mo·noc·ra·cy
Pronunciation: /məˈnäkrəsē, mä-
 
/

noun (plural monocracies)

A system of government by only one person.
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  • The monocracy located on Georgia's Black Sea coast remains in open confrontation with the Georgian Parliament and sustains close ties with Moscow.

Derivatives

monocrat

Pronunciation: /ˈmänəˌkrat/
noun
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  • It was not a reprise of the Revolution of 1776 with Federalists in Tory roles as Anglophiles, aristocrats, or monocrats.
  • Democratic-Republicans called their opponents ‘Tories’ and ‘monocrats’, not ‘Federalists.’
  • The Prime Minister, with a record of broken promises and U-turns, is behaving like a monocrat offering Britain, without democratic debate, to a dictatorial Commission which has a less-than-ethical record.

monocratic

Pronunciation: /ˌmänəˈkratik/
adjective
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  • Protests have had very little impact on a Government whose objective is to build a world competitive economy as long as it does not threaten the monocratic power of the Party.
  • Our monocratic leader seems anxious to take us into a potential totalitarianism which could become what, in 1939-45, men, women and children suffered for and died to resist.

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