Definition of Bureaucrat

1. Noun. An official of a bureaucracy.




Definition of Bureaucrat

1. n. An official of a bureau; esp. an official confirmed in a narrow and arbitrary routine.

Definition of Bureaucrat

1. Noun. An official who is part of a bureaucracy ¹

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Definition of Bureaucrat

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bureaucrat

burdensome
burdensomely
burdensomeness
burdie
burdies
burdock
burdocks
burds
bure
bureau
bureau-ocracy
bureau de change
bureau de changes
bureaucracies
bureaucracy
bureaucrat (current term)
bureaucratese
bureaucrateses
bureaucratic
bureaucratic procedure
bureaucratical
bureaucratically
bureaucratie
bureaucratisation
bureaucratisations
bureaucratise
bureaucratised
bureaucratises
bureaucratising
bureaucratism

Literary usage of Bureaucrat

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1. The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu (1893)
"^n the eyes of certain Russian aristocrats the bureaucrat has grown into the ... And yet, as a witty writer, remarks : " The noble is just a bureaucrat in ..."

2. An Overview of Affirmative Action: Hearing Before the Committee on the edited by Hank Brown (1998)
"The Office of Contract Compliance Program rules are complex and confusing, and the interpretation of the rules varies from bureaucrat to bureaucrat. ..."

3. National Self-government: Its Growth and Principles, the Culmination of by Ramsay Muir (1918)
"Compare, from this point of view, the lot of the British bureaucrat—in spite of all we have said about his growing power—with the lot of the German ..."

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