Definition of dictatorial in English:

dictatorial

Line breaks: dic¦ta|tor¦ial
Pronunciation: /dɪktəˈtɔːrɪəl
 
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adjective

Derivatives

dictatorially

adverb
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  • For a few years he ruled dictatorially, keeping the workers quiet with Germany's first social security laws.
  • They lecture on about democracy, but they act dictatorially, and they do not tolerate any difference of opinion.
  • A president may act dictatorially as did Lincoln, Wilson, and FDR - ideally under the sanction of law in a constitutional dictatorship - without temporary crisis arrangements becoming lasting peacetime institutions.

dictatorialness

noun

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