tyrant[ tahy-ruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF tyrant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TYRANT
The man is the head of the family, but he must not be a tyrant.
Do not consider me as your master—your tyrant; do not imagine that I think you ungrateful!
He lays his finger on the tyrant's head, and he sinks into the dust!
A tyrant's authority for crime and fool's excuse for failure.
When the People have no other tyrant, their own public opinion becomes one.
Take him all in all, James was a bigot, a tyrant, a conceited fool.
You cannot help thinking that the sneak would be a tyrant, if he had the opportunity.
Don't you fairly detest going into business with that tyrant yonder?
The tyrant, it has been said, is but a slave turned inside out.
Another will pose as a social benefactor, while at home he is an egoist and a tyrant.