tyrannise


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tyrannise


Past participle: tyrannised
Gerund: tyrannising

Imperative
tyrannise
tyrannise
Present
I tyrannise
you tyrannise
he/she/it tyrannises
we tyrannise
you tyrannise
they tyrannise
Preterite
I tyrannised
you tyrannised
he/she/it tyrannised
we tyrannised
you tyrannised
they tyrannised
Present Continuous
I am tyrannising
you are tyrannising
he/she/it is tyrannising
we are tyrannising
you are tyrannising
they are tyrannising
Present Perfect
I have tyrannised
you have tyrannised
he/she/it has tyrannised
we have tyrannised
you have tyrannised
they have tyrannised
Past Continuous
I was tyrannising
you were tyrannising
he/she/it was tyrannising
we were tyrannising
you were tyrannising
they were tyrannising
Past Perfect
I had tyrannised
you had tyrannised
he/she/it had tyrannised
we had tyrannised
you had tyrannised
they had tyrannised
Future
I will tyrannise
you will tyrannise
he/she/it will tyrannise
we will tyrannise
you will tyrannise
they will tyrannise
Future Perfect
I will have tyrannised
you will have tyrannised
he/she/it will have tyrannised
we will have tyrannised
you will have tyrannised
they will have tyrannised
Future Continuous
I will be tyrannising
you will be tyrannising
he/she/it will be tyrannising
we will be tyrannising
you will be tyrannising
they will be tyrannising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tyrannising
you have been tyrannising
he/she/it has been tyrannising
we have been tyrannising
you have been tyrannising
they have been tyrannising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tyrannising
you will have been tyrannising
he/she/it will have been tyrannising
we will have been tyrannising
you will have been tyrannising
they will have been tyrannising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tyrannising
you had been tyrannising
he/she/it had been tyrannising
we had been tyrannising
you had been tyrannising
they had been tyrannising
Conditional
I would tyrannise
you would tyrannise
he/she/it would tyrannise
we would tyrannise
you would tyrannise
they would tyrannise
Past Conditional
I would have tyrannised
you would have tyrannised
he/she/it would have tyrannised
we would have tyrannised
you would have tyrannised
they would have tyrannised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.tyrannise - rule a country as a tyranttyrannise - rule a country as a tyrant    
dictate - rule as a dictator
2.tyrannise - rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic mannertyrannise - rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner; "her husband and mother-in-law tyrannize her"
ballyrag, boss around, browbeat, bully, bullyrag, hector, push around, strong-arm - be bossy towards; "Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"
Translations
يَسْتَبِدُّ، يَظْلُم، يَطْغى
kúga, beita harîstjórn

tyrant

(ˈtairənt) noun
a cruel and unjust ruler. The people suffered under foreign tyrants.
tyrannical (tiˈrӕnikəl) adjective , tyrannous (ˈtirənəs)
of or like a tyrant. a tyrannical ruler; His actions were tyrannous.
tyˈrannically, ˈtyrannously adverb
tyrannize, tyrannise (ˈti-) verb
to rule or treat (a person or people) cruelly and unjustly. He tyrannizes his family.
ˈtyranny (ˈti-) noun
an action, or the method of ruling, of a tyrant. People will always resist tyranny.
References in classic literature ?
But the rich, if the community gives them rank, very often endeavour to insult and tyrannise over others.
I have heard he behaved like a monster to his own wife, for he is one of those wretches who think they have a right to tyrannise over us, and from such I shall ever esteem it the cause of my sex to rescue any woman who is so unfortunate to be under their power.--The business, dear cousin, will be only to keep Miss Western from seeing this young fellow, till the good company, which she will have an opportunity of meeting here, give her a properer turn."
Charity they feel to be a ridiculously inadequate mode of partial restitution, or a sentimental dole, usually accompanied by some impertinent attempt on the part of the sentimentalist to tyrannise over their private lives.
"My schoolfellows were boys, most rude boys, and obeyed the impulse of rude nature which bids the deer herd fall upon any stricken hart, the duck flock put to death any broken-winged brother or sister, and on all hands the strong tyrannise over the weak."
For, in all countries, many human beings assume the quite unfortunate attitude that government was invented merely to tyrannise human beings or because members of a government enjoy seeing human beings scurry like rats to obey them.
They have given Modi licence to tyrannise the minorities, and settle the Kashmir issue through brute force and chicanery.
C'est une meditation sereine mais forcenee que mene l'ecrivain contre [beaucoup moins que]la tyrannise du commun[beaucoup plus grand que].
Fukuyama adopted John Maynard Keynes's attitude that it was "better that a man tyrannise over his bank balance than his fellow citizens." In other words, one of the advantages of capitalism is that it allowed instincts of domination the relatively harmless outlet of commercial success and consumerist one-upmanship.
"I completely respect trade unions but I will not allow some of them to think they were elected by the people to tyrannise them or to create problems."
Surely, He does not love the unjust.}[Qur'an 42:40] {The cause is only against the ones who wrong the people and tyrannise upon the earth without right.
The objectives should not only be to interrupt its chain of command but possibly, and more importantly, to prevent its ability to tyrannise, radicalise and recruit externally.
The objectives should not only be to interrupt its chain of command and control, but possibly more importantly, to prevent its ability to tyrannise, radicalise and recruit externally.