Thesaurus / tyrannical

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This was the scene of many of the tyrannical vagaries of Domitian.

Walks in RomeAugustus J.C. Hare

The prince, I knew, was ravenously greedy and tyrannical, and wearied all with his scandalous exactions.

Her silence suggested to him afresh all the odious and tyrannical forces by which he felt himself surrounded.

Elizabeth's CampaignMrs. Humphrey Ward

The husband was brutal, imperious, and tyrannical: he talked loud and positively, and thus made it appear that he was the master.

Kansas must be saved from a tyrannical usurpation, under which Slavery has been forcibly established on Free Soil.

Now and then, however, as she was kind and not tyrannical, she felt a pin-prick of compunction.

SeptimusWilliam J. Locke

Therefore it must be shown (at any risk) that the law is no impediment in the way of a tyrannical landlord.

The Puritans represented the natural reaction of mankind against old institutions that were absurd or tyrannical.

No tyrannical father can come between my orphan wife and me.

Mohawks, Volume 3 of 3Mary Elizabeth Braddon

But don't you think it was probably some absurd or tyrannical action of her mother's that caused her unhappiness?

The Silver ButterflyMrs. Wilson Woodrow

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