Definition of Theocrats

1. Noun. (plural of theocrat) ¹



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Definition of Theocrats

1. theocrat [n] - See also: theocrat

Lexicographical Neighbors of Theocrats

theocentricity
theocentrism
theocentrisms
theocon
theocons
theoconservatism
theocracies
theocracy
theocrasies
theocrasy
theocrat
theocratic
theocratical
theocratically
theocraticals
theocrats (current term)
theodicies
theodicy
theodolite
theodolites
theodolitic
theogallin
theogonic
theogonies
theogonism
theogonist
theogonists
theogony
theographic
theography

Literary usage of Theocrats

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Life of Charles Fourier by Charles Pellarin (1848)
"Besides, they are theocrats, and consequently cesspools of vice and hypocrisy. You can see that they have clearly copied the Jesuits in their tactics of ..."

2. History: Fiction of Science? by Anatoly Fomenko (2005)
"Thus, the king of the theocrats was first called Mattaniah. ... Nebuchadnezzar, king of Assyria and Babylonia, invades the land of the theocrats from the ..."

3. The Two Republics: Or, Rome and the United States of America by Alonzo Trévier Jones (1891)
"At this the theocrats inquired with pious amaze, ''What, ... 49 The theocrats raised the alarm that these principles subverted all good government. ..."

4. The Cambridge History of American Literature by William Peterfield Trent, John Erskine, Stuart Pratt Sherman, Carl Van Doren (1917)
"Despite the logic of the theocrats, unanimity of opinion among the Saints was sadly lacking; and the peace of the new Canaan was troubled and the patience ..."

5. History of the Theory of Sovereignty Since Rousseau by Charles Edward Merriam (1900)
"The theocrats understood that although the source of sovereignty was to be found in God, there was an earthly agent capable of exercising authority by ..."

6. System of Positive Polity by Auguste Comte (1876)
"The noble aspirations of the theocrats after a complete catholicity merely made manifest how greatly such an aim exceeded the capabilities of any Fictitious ..."

7. National and Social Problems by Frederick Harrison (1908)
"... Zoroaster and his Sun Worship, the theocrats of Tibet, the theocrats of Japan, the great teachers of China, the great chiefs of the Mussulman world. ..."

8. National and Social Problems by Frederic Harrison (1908)
"... Zoroaster and his Sun Worship, the theocrats of Tibet, the theocrats of Japan, the great teachers of China, the great chiefs of the Mussulman world. ..."

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