undemocratic

[ US /ˌəndɛməˈkɹætɪk/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌndˌɛməkɹˈætɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not in agreement with or according to democratic doctrine or practice or ideals
    the union broke with its past undemocratic procedures
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How To Use undemocratic In A Sentence

  • Thus was imposed on nationalist people an undemocratic arrangement destined never to yield a nationalist majority for perhaps hundreds of years.
  • There is a growing perception that the decision-making is remote, opaque, and even undemocratic.
  • Appears Maliki is learning some very undemocratic behavior from our very own “overreacher.” Think Progress » Hadley Ducks Question Over Whether Rumsfeld Suggestion Is ‘Cutting And Running’
  • Third, the world sees no near-term pretender to the throne because neither the divergent economies within the Euro zone nor the undemocratic Chinese regime command sufficient confidence in their respective currencies. NYT > Opinion
  • Perhaps OUR UNDEMOCRATIC CONSTITUTION will inspire Easterners to fight harder when Westerners seek to use their Senatorial advantages to gain undeserved highway and anti-terrorist funds. Balkinization
  • Sir, It was right to point out the undemocratic regime of the school governor. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, in his address at the summit of ECOWAS Heads of State and Gover-nment at the Hilton Hotel Abuja, Jonathan talked tough, condemning what he described as the undemocratic efforts by some elements at carrying out political change in the sub-region. AllAfrica News: Latest
  • The premier later told reporters that a referendum election is undemocratic and may be illegal.
  • The new system operates as a quango and is therefore undemocratic.
  • It is undemocratic to steal a free ride on a Turkmen train, my friend. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
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