Definition of Nepotist

1. Noun. A powerful person who shows favoritism to relatives or close friends.




Definition of Nepotist

1. n. One who practices nepotism.

Definition of Nepotist

1. Noun. One who practices or engages in nepotism. ¹

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Definition of Nepotist

1. one who practices nepotism [n -S] - See also: nepotism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nepotist

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nepotist (current term)
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Literary usage of Nepotist

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1. Rome; Its Ruler and Its Institutions by John Francis Maguire (1860)
"The Pope no nepotist. did sovereign ascend the throne with a heart more full of love for his people, or with a more fervent desire of contributing to their ..."

2. Pius the Ninth by John Francis Maguire (1878)
"... of the Pope's Position— The Pope as a Reformer—Instances of his Affability and Goodness —His Interest in the Education of Youth—The Pope no nepotist. ..."

3. A Short History of the Italian People from the Barbarian Invasions to the by Janet Penrose Trevelyan (1920)
"How they fared in the vast central tract of territory under the rule of the Papacy may be judged from a glance at the period of the great nepotist Popes who ..."

4. Journal by Australian Ex Libris Society (1892)
"He was, however, a great nepotist; most of the benefices which fell to his disposal seem to have been conferred on relatives. I regret that space does not ..."

5. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1887)
"Chisholm seems to have been a man of immoral character, and a nepotist, for, being an adversary of the Reformation, he alienated nearly all the property of ..."

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