But they had no right to tyrannise over others, and tie them down to their own procrustean bed.
He delights to tyrannise over the ducks who so often keep him company in captivity.
When it goes plausibly in, no man can know how it will rage and tyrannise.
But the rich, if the community gives them rank, very often endeavour to insult and tyrannise over others.
All which do give them an occasion to tyrannise over their Fellow-Creatures, which they call their Inferiors.
And it is the prevailing consciencelessness, the universal lust to tyrannise, that really consummates the political dissolution.
By so doing he let his friends encroach so much that they oppressed him and began to tyrannise over him.
If these are created by God, it follows that to tyrannise and to ascribe plurality to the Deity is to render obedience.
He loves to tyrannise over women and show his familiarity by a certain brutality of address, and the line comes not slowly.
It is the lesser light that desires to dazzle and bewilder his company, to tyrannise, to show off.