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a.1.Of or pertaining to nepotism.
The nepotic ambition of the ruling pontiff.
- Milman.
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His father worked for BBC Wales, becoming its head of music, but there was nothing nepotic about his rise as a conductor.
It was not so much the artistic value of Michelangelo that was significant and at the center of attention, but the fame that he had acquired, which reflected on the whole family and thus increased their prestige by nepotic association.