Meaning of nepotist in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnɛpətɪst/


See nepotism

‘Unfortunately in 2002 this part of the UDF, which I call the nepotists, had a significant role in electing the party leadership and obtained very significant positions in the UDF.’
  • ‘Yes, Alawis were over-represented in his institutions, but he was far less of an incestuous Alawi nepotist than he has been painted as being.’
  • ‘At least the nepotist is grasping for someone else: the children.’
  • ‘It took Ms. Copps three years after the disclosure to take action and have the eminent nepotist replaced.’