This Timotheus had moved Basiliscus to the strong act of despotically overriding the faith by issuing an edict upon doctrine.
But the voice continued to haunt him persistently, besiegingly, despotically.
But a great nation cannot with impunity permit itself to be despotically governed for thirty years by lunatics.
The same had been despotically true of the patristic period.
The question was simply whether the House had the right to despotically arrest and imprison, and to supersede trial by jury.
Then, growing weary again, she told him despotically that he must stop.
Hitherto the human face had mixed often in my dreams, but not despotically nor with any special power of tormenting.
Boreas and Zephyrus often bear rule on the same day, one reigning with mildness in the morning, the other despotically at evening.
Whatever the question on which it decides, a new House of Commons can despotically and finally resolve.
He was one of the five members of Parliament whom Charles I. so despotically and so unwisely attempted to seize.