Definition of undemocratic in English:

undemocratic

Syllabification: un·dem·o·crat·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌənˌdeməˈkradik
 
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adjective

Not relating or according to democratic principles: an undemocratic regime
More example sentences
  • It's not just the fact that they're unelected that makes it undemocratic, but the way they are put there.
  • The move was denounced by human rights organisations as racist, undemocratic and discriminatory.
  • This divide and rule policy has been as crudely mercenary as it has been undemocratic.

Derivatives

undemocratically

adverb
More example sentences
  • Party militants who have resisted these policies have been undemocratically repressed and expelled.
  • They had controlled the unions undemocratically.
  • It had imposed artificial boundaries, undemocratically imposed rulers, and divided people who spoke the same language from one another.

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