dictatorial[ dik-tuh-tawr-ee-uhl, -tohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dictatorial
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It was inconceivable that this imperious and dictatorial man could be so blind.
She was a lean, yellow, dictatorial young person with no conversation.
But she was harsh-looking, had a harsh voice, and was dictatorial.
He was so strong and dictatorial, so certain of his own judgment and opinions.
It is the work of a cold, calculating, and dictatorial nature.
They were haughty and dictatorial because their associates were uncertain and divided.
Not that I was at all dictatorial—apparently I asked it as a favour.
"Come on out now, and let her sleep," ordered the dictatorial Nell.
For, at sixteen, a girl cannot fast for long, and country air is dictatorial.
I was not much pleased with the dictatorial tone of this remark.