undespotically

despotic

[dih-spot-ik]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a despot or despotism; autocratic; tyrannical.
Also, despotical.


Origin:
1640–50; < French despotique < Greek despotikós. See despot, -ic

despotically, adverb
nondespotic, adjective
nondespotically, adverb
undespotic, adjective
undespotically, adverb
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despotic
1640s, from Fr. despotique (14c.), from Gk. despotikos, from despotes (see despot).
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