Of, relating to, or characteristic of a dictator or dictatorship; autocratic.(adjective)
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Use "dictatorial" in a sentence
"A Democrat who had originally requested a Justice Department -- Justice Department probe of the program says he will ask Mr. Bush to allow one now, saying, we can't have a president acting in what he called a dictatorial fashion."
"Putin accused the United States of pursuing what he called a dictatorial foreign policy."
"The SPLA is fighting for autonomy for southern Sudan while the northern Sudanese opposition forces are fighting to topple what they call the dictatorial Islamic regime in Khartoum to replace it with a democratic government."