Definition of tyrannically in English:



See tyrannical

‘Thus, Love lives in him tyrannically, in total lawlessness, resorting to violence when necessary.’
  • ‘The line between adulthood and childhood used to be tyrannically drawn.’
  • ‘This is true whether he's dealing with the tyrannically needy Louise, or the popular kids who torment them both at school.’
  • ‘This is Lucas's world we live in now, and it's a tyrannically nostalgic one.’
  • ‘Rather than tyrannically declaring certain shows and games off-limits, teach them why you consider some choices inappropriate, giving them a model for decision-making skills.’



/təˈranək(ə)lē/ /təˈrænək(ə)li/