tyrannically

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

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They loved him tyrannically, on the condition that he should conform to all their prejudices.

It was in the nights, of course, that retrospect most tyrannically had its way.

For the next fortnight she took Oscar to walk daily, and watched him tyrannically.

Unfortunately, or luckily, no language is tyrannically consistent.

Indeed, he had dealt with them very harshly and tyrannically.

She thinks he has treated her cruelly and tyrannically, and she will not pretend to worship him.

Since you so tyrannically insist upon my remaining, I will finish this garland while you are having your mysterious explanation.

Remain in the town he had created and ruled so tyrannically, and which he still loved so devotedly, he could not.

Laws would not be "tyrannically executed" as the opposition feared; the "independency of your judges" would prevent that.

The Directory had tyrannically seized, as hostages, any relatives of the emigrants upon whom they could lay their hands.

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