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Definition of Autocratical
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Literary usage of Autocratical
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1. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"The endless controversies which have sprung out of the mystery of iniquity, about an autocratical and monarchical government in the church, about power to ..."
2. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1850)
"That the bishops might exercise their autocratical power as against delinquent clergymen would possibly be considered all very well; but what was to be done ..."
3. The Songstresses of Scotland by Sarah Tytler, Jean L. Watson (1871)
"It continued with her almost .unabated, as did the pleasant self-satisfaction of her easy autocratical tone, her frank and genial affability. ..."
4. An Essay on the National Character of the Athenians by John Brown Patterson (1860)
"According as it is autocratical, aristocratica!, ... autocratical, again, is the most torpid and chilling form of despotic government, as the general ..."
5. Essays on the Advent and Kingdom of Christ: And the Events Connected Therewith by Joshua William Brooks (1840)
"IT Whether, therefore, they be kings or people, who attribute to themselves inherent sovereignty or autocratical power, it is BLASPHEMY against ..."