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  • r  in an overbearingly domineering manner; as a dictator
    this manager acts dictatorially toward his colleagues

  • During two years in office, he tramped on legislative toes, ignored party wheel horses, dictatorially alienated members of his own cabinet.
  • In the end Comrade Stalin, whose "party line" is broad enough to touch both these extremes when he dictatorially pleases, succeeded in shushing all factions, retaining his .
  • Bayar, onetime comrade-in-arms of the late great Kemal Ataturk, was charged with treason for ruling dictatorially in violation of the Turkish constitution.

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