Noun(1) a person who behaves in a tyrannical manner
Adjective(1) characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty(2) expecting unquestioning obedience
(1) The system is a hard-to-classify blend of democratic and authoritarian features.(2) They are more old-fashioned and authoritarian than their parents' generation and are very concerned about school discipline.(3) This probably will be the nature of the political cycle that is now beginning - neither wholly democratic nor wholly authoritarian .(4) The country had long been under the rule of a corrupt dictator whose authoritarian rule had alienated the masses.(5) I'm thinking maybe it's some form of authoritarian arrogance.(6) Leaders of churches, for example, may be reluctant to advocate restrictive legislation because they are seen to represent authoritarian institutions.(7) I thought that the process was in some ways too authoritarian ; that people were driven to meet deadlines and driven to attend meetings on short notice.(8) More than anyone else at the time, he had reason to be arrogant and authoritarian .(9) There is a lot at stake in this issue - principally the question of whether the democratic or the authoritarian principle will be ascendant in social relations today.(10) This is a model for arbitrary authoritarian government.(11) How does the world's biggest authoritarian government address the boundless freedom of the Internet?(12) The church and the Communist Party were both, it used to be argued, dogmatic and authoritarian institutions, demanding obedience and total commitment.(13) There is no government bureaucracy more arrogant, unaccountable, and authoritarian .(14) There is an ongoing tension between a single, authoritarian reading and multiple and emancipatory readings of a text.(15) During the authoritarian era, people dared not speak out about the abuse of power or privilege, no matter how angry they were.(16) Socrates complains that a text, unlike a talking person, is authoritarian , eliminating dialogue.
(1) authoritarian :: худкома
1. autocratic ::
2. overbearing ::
3. autocrat ::
4. dictator ::
1. clement ::
2. gentle ::
3. lax ::
4. lenient ::
Different Formsauthoritarian, authoritarianism, authoritarians
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