Least of all would I fix the transitory spirit of civil fury by perpetuating and methodizing it in tyrannic government.
In the third line of this rather fine poem 1656 reads 'romantic' for 'tyrannic', and Miss Guiney adopts it.
In glancing at the reign of Alexander II., the eye involuntarily runs over the full panorama of tyrannic outrages.
That he was pious after a fashion is most likely, but that he also practised the tyrannic cruelties of his age is undoubted.
It was like the resurrection of Prussia in 1813, against the tyrannic domination of the French emperor.
The flogging practices of this tyrannic head of the "Third Section" are still in every one's recollection.
A delegation was sent to the king with a strong remonstrance against his tyrannic course.
One can almost believe so; for tyrannic government came in with the Austrian, who ruled here because of Don Juan's death.
But Frederick is responsible, as every principal is, who launches an agent in a lawless and tyrannic course.
He showed us Prometheus bound to the rock for refusal to yield to tyrannic law, and then liberated by the new soul of human love.