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Definition of "dictatorially" []

  • In a dictatorial manner. (adverb)

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Use "dictatorially" in a sentence
  • "With these perspectives in mind, the insistence of FYROM Slavs to be called "Macedonians," a name dictatorially established and supported by communism´s brutal force and theoretical base sixty years ago, clashes now with the age-old freedom of Hellenic Macedonians to be called "Macedonians.""
  • "Recently Sam Adams has dictatorially decided that he'll use $3.2 Million (per year, I believe) of the Parking taxes for the Milwaukie Light Rail."
  • "For Leninists there was an answer: the vanguard of the proletariat rules dictatorially."
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