tyrannical

[ ti-ran-i-kuhl, tahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tyrannical

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The most tyrannical precepts were obeyed with the greatest docility.

Truly a tyrannical son is a blessing to his father and mother!

The tyrannical man who has the misfortune also to become a public tyrant.

Yes, he said, that is the way in which the tyrannical man is generated.

Truly, then, I said, a tyrannical son is a blessing to his father and mother.

And when you see the same evils in the tyrannical man, what do you say of him?

And the lustful and tyrannical desires are, as we saw, at the greatest distance?

When Sir Hugo took possession at last he developed a tyrannical temper.

A tyrannical little beast of a quill-driver from the Treasury department.

The better to efface the impress of their tyrannical past, I had to dip them into water.

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