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See definition of tyrannized on Dictionary.com
  • as indowntrodden
  • as inoppressed

synonyms for tyrannized

  • destitute
  • distressed
  • exploited
  • needy
  • oppressed
  • persecuted
  • a slave to
  • abject
  • at one's beck and call
  • at one's feet
  • at one's mercy
  • have-not
  • helpless
  • in one's clutches
  • in one's pocket
  • in one's power
  • led by the nose
  • maltreated
  • mistreated
  • overcome
  • subjugated
  • subservient
  • suppressed
  • under one's thumb
  • underdog
  • underfoot
  • abused
  • destitute
  • distressed
  • enslaved
  • exploited
  • helpless
  • persecuted
  • burdened
  • maltreated
  • mistreated
  • suppressed
  • tormented
  • abject
  • a slave to
  • at one's feet
  • at one's mercy
  • have-not
  • subservient
  • underfoot
  • under one's thumb

antonyms for tyrannized

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  • rich
  • wealthy
  • happy
  • respected
  • satisfied
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    How to use tyrannized in a sentence

    The one who loves most is tyrannized over, and, which is worse, is sooner or later neglected.
    AT THE SIGN OF THE CAT AND RACKETHONORE DE BALZAC
    She had tyrannized over him even before the Ivers grew so very rich.
    TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
    A couple formed of elements too unequal, would, by the crushing of the weaker, find itself reduced to tyrannized unity.
    THE NATURAL PHILOSOPHY OF LOVEREMY DE GOURMONT
    The priest tyrannized over the soul and the knight over the body, but the flame of piety burned steadily and warmly.
    BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
    Many girls are tyrannized over by their brothers, who are often exacting, claiming the guardianship which belongs only to parents.
    BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VIIJOHN LORD
    She mustn't be tyrannized over, and hampered, and kept down; she ought to be well educated and have a fair chance in the world.
    SOUTHERN HEARTSFLORENCE HULL WINTERBURN
    I put it to the meeting—Are you willing to sit down and be tyrannized over by the Sixth?
    THE LEADER OF THE LOWER SCHOOLANGELA BRAZIL
    Whole families of beggars, not only preyed upon her, but tyrannized.
    LIFE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMYARTHUR PERONNEAU FORD
    According to other letter writers, the German soldiers are absolutely tyrannized over by their officers.
    TOMMY ATKINS AT WARJAMES ALEXANDER KILPATRICK
    Those who had so long tyrannized over them lay in the galleries, slain with the sword, or thrust through with spears.
    PABO, THE PRIESTSABINE BARING-GOULD
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    capacitor

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