draconian

[ drey-koh-nee-uh n, druh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF draconian

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There were, however, some exceptions even to this Draconian system.

Which was all very well, if he had only found out what the Draconian reforms were.

This draconian injunction had to be obeyed, the more so as the lieutenant was labouring under great excitement.

To walk these two miles per diem is a Draconian law which I impose upon myself during all seasons of the year.

What shall we say of the ingenious system of penal laws, which, with Draconian cruelty, was enacted against Catholicity?

The Collector, however, was inexorable, and indeed he had no power to mitigate the Draconian law of sale.

If our customs do not permit of Draconian discipline, let us replace that moral coercion by another.

Solon is also here spoken of as the founder of democracy, whereas the Draconian constitution of chap.

The Draconian code was immediately adopted by the people, and became the law of Paris.

Unfortunately for himself he had an execrably fitful head, and was the declared foe of Draconian discipline.

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