It cannot be denied that there are cases in which the slaves are tyrannically treated, but this is extremely rare.
They loved him tyrannically, on the condition that he should conform to all their prejudices.
Laws would not be "tyrannically executed" as the opposition feared; the "independency of your judges" would prevent that.
It was in the nights, of course, that retrospect most tyrannically had its way.
“tyrannically held down by a strong hand”; product, falseness and meanness.
Indeed, he had dealt with them very harshly and tyrannically.
For the next fortnight she took Oscar to walk daily, and watched him tyrannically.
She thinks he has treated her cruelly and tyrannically, and she will not pretend to worship him.
How dared this lady to marry a man so distinguished, and then to treat him ill and tyrannically?
Remain in the town he had created and ruled so tyrannically, and which he still loved so devotedly, he could not.