Definition of Dictator:
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Sentence/Example of Dictator:
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A majority of the years when I lived there and in their lifetime, it was ruled by a dictator.
Either out of the chaos in the absence of a fallen dictator, it’s conceivable that a person like Svetlana could come to power.
If hundreds of thousands of people get in the streets and won’t go home, it becomes harder and harder for a dictator to hold on.
I do not mind the fact that he sat down with dictators like Kim Jong-un.
The dictator Tubertus Posthumus gained a victory over the qui and Volsci, inconsiderable but noxious enemies of the commonwealth.
Civil war in Paris; barricades erected, and a terrible slaughter of the people; general Cavaignac declared dictator.
Mazzini was made a Triumvir, and henceforth became little less than dictator.
Pallavicino, the pro-dictator, Manin's old co-worker and Garibaldi's friend, courteously appealed to him to leave.
At the head of the group stood Goethe, who was then the dictator of public opinion in esthetic questions.