autocrat[ aw-tuh-krat ]SEE DEFINITION OF autocrat
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The implicit obedience this autocrat commanded set them in a whirl.
It appeased and disarmed this anarchist who was also an autocrat.
She has always had the germ of the ruler and autocrat in her soul.
The Irish Minister for Agriculture by no means rules as an autocrat.
Alexander, as autocrat of all the Russias, did not suffer any authority but his own.
But when this autocrat had made up his mind, objections were brushed aside.
Continued rule for half a generation must turn a man into an autocrat.
He found it extremely difficult, autocrat as he was, to put it into words.
There was no county in which he was more of an autocrat than in Elbert.
"The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table" was the first of the series.