[ US /ˌθiəˈkɹætɪk/ ]
[ UK /θiːəkɹˈætɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to or being a theocracy
    a theocratic state
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How To Use theocratic In A Sentence

  • JH, Iran is a hyper-aggressive, annihilative, nuclear-armed theocratic Islamic regime in the Middle East. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • The last thing the Government should be doing is to give this sort of helping hand to those besuited theocratic totalitarians who have learnt that there are some things you think and others you say.
  • I think it's true: it's a strand of theocratic fascism.
  • And the origins of that are theocratic, obviously. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tibet is in an era of severe conflicts between modern civilization and theocratic caste.
  • As the Jew was commanded to circumcise his child, and thus bring it into proper relations to the theocratical covenant, so the Christian has a similar command from The Christian Home
  • OUR OUTRAGE over the attempt by the Family Research Council and its radical Christian Right colleagues to highjack the judicial selection process for their politiclal/theocratic agenda Clergy Leadership Network
  • The country has proved that religion can coexist with democracy, despite the theocratic inclinations of its fundamentalist adherents.
  • I don't think most Iraqis do not want a theocratical institution. CNN Transcript May 10, 2003
  • They have provoked denunciation from theocratic absolutists for whom compromise is betrayal. Times, Sunday Times
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