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Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ˈuː_l_ɪ_ŋ], [ɹˈuːlɪŋ], [ɹˈuːlɪŋ]
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Synonyms for Ruling:

influential (adjective) master (adjective) superior (adjective) judgement (noun) commanding (verb) controlling (verb) directing (verb) dominating (verb) judging (verb) mastering (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Ruling:

  1. schooling, pooling, grueling;
  2. fueling, fooling, cooling;
  3. refueling;

Quotes for Ruling:

  1. Ruling elders are declared to be the representatives of the people. Charles Hodge.
  2. The ideas of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas, i. e., the class which is the ruling material force of society, is at the same time its ruling intellectual force. Karl Marx.
  3. It has been shown that, in contrast to everything which classical national economy has hitherto taught, not the producer but the consumer is the ruling factor in economic life. Hjalmar Schacht.

Idioms of Ruling:

  1. ruling passion;

Adjectives for Ruling:

  • cardinal cryptographic,
  • single strict,
  • equally ironclad,
  • mandatory grammatical,
  • cultured moorish,
  • mexican one-party,
  • one-man, dictatorial,
  • practical golden,
  • sixth golden,
  • bothersome new,
  • invisible, unacknowledged,
  • strongly rightist,
  • military or strongly rightist,
  • arcane supernatural,
  • great and infallible,
  • fractious and chaotic,
  • adequate but uneventful,
  • academically adequate but uneventful,
  • academically adequate,
  • time-honored benedictine,
  • benign and constitutional,
  • unwritten but well-known,
  • piritual and secular,
  • old-fashioned, senseless,
  • tyrannical austrian,
  • dictatorial one-man,
  • stringent autocratic,
  • uniformly cruel and harsh,
  • uniformly cruel,
  • universal ecological,
  • uncertain and lax,
  • tyrannical but paternal,
  • unavoidable strict,
  • sole ironclad,
  • harsh, mean-spirited,
  • simple, unbreakable,
  • rough exponential,
  • math-temporal,
  • shaka total,
  • old, foremost,
  • real unwritten,
  • hierocractical,
  • stupid no-smoking,
  • unspoken cosmic,
  • exceedingly fundamental,
  • overt totalitarian,
  • old but often useful,
  • long and already legendary,
  • archaic and asinine,
  • and—briefly—monarchal,
  • high-handed and bloody,
  • brisk uncompromising,
  • evil monastic,
  • enterprising vigorous,
  • dreary cherry,
  • ancient and most wholesome,
  • unerring mathematical,
  • just imperial,
  • weak two-foot,
  • lesser general,
  • general definite,
  • permanent, benevolent,
  • final and all-knowing,
  • corresponding similar,
  • absolute sacred,
  • hard and safe,
  • man—general,
  • definite, infallible,
  • arrogant and unquestioned,
  • orderly foreign,
  • dark papal,
  • unnecessary british,
  • hereditary heathen,
  • incompetent, ignorant,
  • individual and military,
  • strict carmelite,
  • calm unswerving,
  • humane and safe,
  • prudential and politic,
  • personal or factional,
  • partial regional,
  • urbane, superior,
  • principal statistical,
  • present ineffective,
  • absolute atmospheric,
  • overbearing and unjust,
  • royal tribal,
  • piritual,
  • new hands-off,
  • constant and stable,
  • general but not unbreakable,
  • fairly pragmatic,
  • crazed and foolish,
  • absolute autocratic,
  • well-known victorian,
  • new tyrannical,
  • tyrannical communist,
  • useful and modern,
  • harsh parental,
  • sacred and invariable,
  • well-known excellent,
  • large and unquestioned,
  • habitual domestic,
  • certain and inflexible,
  • nominal turkish,
  • probable french,
  • grand and universally applicable,
  • rather soulless,
  • weak and oppressive,
  • prosaic and irreverent,
  • unbroken french,
  • simple, sufficient,
  • above-mentioned divine,
  • oppressive white,
  • simple behavioral,
  • precious damn,
  • temporary joint,
  • minor routine,
  • maybe japanese,
  • single nautical,
  • ‘cardinal,
  • ancient basic,
  • thine arduous,
  • blind and dead,
  • approximate general,
  • ordinarily wise,
  • sole infallible,
  • same baptismal,
  • supposedly clear,
  • illustrious and justly renowned,
  • japanese oppressive,
  • general gigantic,
  • rigorous scholastic,
  • richly prosperous,
  • ideological golden,
  • iconoclastic but fortunate,
  • unbreakable scientific,
  • necessary harsh,
  • placid, efficient,
  • rigid and authoritarian,
  • benign but bumbling,
  • obscure and seemingly useless,
  • increasingly harsh and capricious,
  • vicious and inept,
  • no-metal,
  • external, god-given,
  • natural but fallible,
  • accordingly aristocratic,
  • heartless, rigid,
  • grossly oppressive,
  • nominal egyptian,
  • golden oratorical,
  • traditional everyday,
  • universal and common-sense,
  • merciless but necessary,
  • divine, infallible and complete,
  • positive and invariable,
  • exacting and arbitrary,
  • infallible or safe,
  • eighth fundamental,
  • mild but consistent,
  • somewhat iron-handed,
  • distinct, appropriate,
  • awkward and complex,
  • absurd and needless,
  • disputable and apparently cruel,
  • strict common-law,
  • unequaled thy,
  • seventeenth joint,
  • partial or regional,
  • forward bare,
  • capricious secondary,
  • steadfast, primary,
  • vigorous feudal,
  • alone perfect and complete,
  • own or european,
  • unerring and sufficient,
  • broader, scriptural,
  • simple, homey,
  • meteorological or illogical,
  • strenuous general,
  • fair, wholesome,
  • paternal and spirited,
  • familiar and unquestioned,
  • larger and unconcerned,
  • absolutely sufficient,
  • last and grievous,
  • partial and frequently unjust,
  • ten-minute-interval,
  • arbitrary and foreign,
  • rational and desirable,
  • truly rational and desirable,
  • narrow spanish,
  • gentle and wholesome,
  • feudal and republican,
  • immutable and consistent,
  • self-imposed editorial,
  • inert and narrow,
  • perfectly sweet and pleasant,
  • unfit and alien,
  • consequently wise,
  • splendid but arbitrary,
  • ago asiatic,
  • stern but equitable,
  • weak and profligate,
  • arbitrary and paternal,
  • somewhat arbitrary and paternal,
  • infallible and sufficient,
  • simple or universal,
  • conventional or theological,
  • immensely rich and overbearing,
  • good and fairly satisfactory,
  • uncompromising commercial,
  • inconceivably inhuman,
  • federal exclusionary,
  • turkish or western,
  • tyrannical military,
  • sacred and unerring,
  • unchecked and autocratic,
  • crazed european,
  • spotless and gentle,
  • headstrong, capricious,
  • permanent arbitrary,
  • ancient and safe,
  • extremely useful and practical,
  • former inflexible,
  • irresponsible or autocratic,
  • strenuously reactionary,
  • two-foot, two-fold,
  • inward vicious,
  • supposedly appropriate,
  • wise but gentle,
  • unbreakable editorial,
  • universal, glorious,
  • paternal and pacific,
  • specious but impracticable,
  • numeral, mnemonic,
  • philosophic general,
  • high and impersonal,
  • patrician exclusive,
  • special abstract,
  • same one-hour,
  • concise but sure,
  • curiously unworkable,
  • generally mild and paternal,
  • reactionary, inefficient,
  • extreme autocratic,
  • always grievous and horrible,
  • always grievous,
  • rotten antiquated,
  • intricate and thoroughly critical,
  • well-established constitutional,
  • fancy or pedantic,
  • simple but inviolable,
  • prosperous but harsh,
  • subordinate or appropriate,
  • arbitrary and self-seeking,
  • general or inflexible,
  • prime and principal,
  • fanciful lunar,
  • spanish, austrian and french,
  • dogmatic and centralized,
  • general, turkish,
  • reliable and fundamental,
  • showy clever,
  • clear eugenical,
  • insidiously misleading,
  • effective and universal,
  • particular monastic,
  • benignant british,
  • old and awkward,
  • confessedly misleading,
  • obvious or precise,
  • oligarchical and selfish,
  • inverted standard,
  • unauthorized civil,
  • harsh and inveterate,
  • direct portuguese,
  • absolute and intolerant,
  • martial arbitrary,
  • full nicaraguan,
  • wonder-working golden,
  • absolute and well-defined,
  • arbitrary, partial and temporary,
  • narrow harsh,
  • unchangeable, authoritative,
  • ever perceptible,
  • forever monarchical,
  • benign and ever paternal,
  • enlightened and competent,
  • personal, military,
  • rigid and invincible,
  • mathematical and bureaucratic,
  • economical mild,
  • rotten patrician,
  • spiritless and powerless,
  • secret systematic,
  • approximately general,
  • rigorous patriarchal,
  • useful rough,
  • inborn golden,
  • oppressive german,
  • weak but violent,
  • imperative, general,
  • truest hygienic,
  • tyrannical, barbarous,
  • general and elementary,
  • gastronomical or hygienic,
  • harmonious colonial,
  • august and peaceful,
  • inhuman, disgraceful and outrageous,
  • mild and tolerable,
  • consistent proletarian,
  • plain, practical and equal,
  • general and categorical,
  • intolerable spanish,
  • new two-foot,
  • safe and golden,
  • arbitrary and clerical,
  • continuous french,
  • feeble and erratic,
  • rigid and unchallenged,
  • politically weak and tottering,
  • politically weak,
  • completely definite,
  • direct belgian,
  • autocratic tyrannical,
  • complete and german,
  • unerring physiological,
  • rigorous and corrupt,
  • rigid impersonal,
  • indispensable maternal,
  • equitable spanish,
  • divine and righteous,
  • feeble and scandalous,
  • loose and barren,
  • humiliating and miserable,
  • all-important but inscrutable,
  • humane general,
  • unwritten and inexorable,
  • wholesome and judicious,
  • fair but rough,
  • common and equitable,
  • cold but common,
  • ordinary lineal,
  • equally applicable and urgent,
  • dreadful old-world,
  • irresponsible, secret,
  • equitable female,
  • unerring and immutable,
  • old-fashioned two-foot,
  • regal or ducal,
  • upper-class or middle-class,
  • ancient arbitrary,
  • easygoing paternal,
  • particularly wise and moderate,
  • scholastic or parental,
  • steady, equitable,
  • popular and legitimate,
  • reasonably mild and humane,
  • orderly ecclesiastical,
  • well-established and inflexible,
  • valuable and practicable,
  • stronger and undivided,
  • popular, effective,
  • precise, general,
  • effective turkish,
  • theoretical and even fantastic,
  • adherent, strong,
  • dead, prescriptive,
  • same catechetical,
  • practically convenient,
  • ordinary two-foot,
  • more adjustable,
  • unrestricted and unaltered,
  • frequently vigorous,
  • lenient austrian,
  • vigorous byzantine,
  • once turkish,
  • energetic and politic,
  • subsequent unbroken,
  • autocratic, irresponsible,
  • weak, squalid,
  • degenerate egyptian,
  • forever turkish,
  • aggressive, arbitrary,
  • foreign and clerical,
  • powerful monarchical,
  • new presbyterial,
  • uniformly mild and equitable,
  • bad oppressive,
  • sacred standard,
  • highest arbitrary,
  • gentler and apparently easier,
  • absurd and ancient,
  • ridiculous and illegal,
  • reactionary governmental,
  • feeble incapable,
  • unexciting viceregal,
  • stern marital,
  • fleeting, occasional,
  • dominant authoritative,
  • royal benign,
  • apparently regal,
  • churchly political,
  • much populist,
  • heavy-handed and arbitrary,
  • white-minority,
  • single invariable,
  • possible sane,
  • usual frugal,
  • unquestioned, unchallenged,
  • autocratic british,
  • senseless and inexplicable,
  • censorial arbitrary,
  • infamous and bloody,
  • infallible and complete,
  • old and convenient,
  • great axiomatic,
  • present merciful,
  • well-known statistical,
  • simple and unerring,
  • insolent and arbitrary,
  • proper authoritative,
  • happy, unbroken,
  • adequate primary,
  • seventh fundamental,
  • general and invariable,
  • sordid and uninteresting,
  • autocratic or bureaucratic,
  • strict devotional,
  • tyrannical and harsh,
  • dry, unsympathetic,
  • providential and moral,
  • final and dominant,
  • new, energetic,
  • present paternal,
  • grand and infallible,
  • feeble and fitful,
  • quasi-patriarchal,
  • alien imperial,
  • subsequent arbitrary,
  • early benedictine,
  • arrogant local,
  • barbarous and unenlightened,
  • tiny moral,
  • republican or monarchical,
  • general unwritten,
  • concrete and external,
  • excellent australian,
  • vigilant, vigorous,
  • corrupt and extravagant,
  • adequate previous,
  • depraved and dramatic,
  • common neutral,
  • long and tyrannical,
  • great, unique,
  • sacred and indisputable,
  • strictest maternal,
  • mild proprietary,
  • seemingly extreme,
  • wise hygienic,
  • plain and ready,
  • ever paternal,
  • extravagant and heedless,
  • reactionary clerical,
  • primitive carmelite,
  • fickle, cruel,
  • past native,
  • strict and silent,
  • admittedly arbitrary,
  • stricter irish,
  • man general,
  • convenient empirical,
  • absolute, infallible,
  • ninth general,
  • infallible and sovereign,
  • practical and equal,
  • powerful and peaceful,
  • ordinarily fatal,
  • traditional benedictine,
  • pure feudal,
  • steady general,
  • obvious hygienic,
  • extortionate and tyrannical,
  • overbearing military,
  • universally practised,
  • absolutely constitutional,
  • plain and formal,
  • strict and judicious,
  • visible, concrete,
  • greedy and ruthless,
  • general or well-established,
  • convenient and practicable,
  • wise and enterprising,
  • pacific british,
  • sober and methodical,
  • direct dutch,
  • preliminary british,
  • comparatively wholesome,
  • uncontrolled, irresponsible,
  • sinister domestic,
  • constant and salutary,
  • arbitrary and variable,
  • own unshackled,
  • regular well-known,
  • complete monastic,
  • stern and repressive,
  • treacherous central,
  • apparently easier,
  • full, unquestioned,
  • strict but fair,
  • peaceful and righteous,
  • nominal imperial,
  • local regional,
  • variable personal,
  • true or ultimate,
  • new and needless,
  • harsh spanish,
  • human ecclesiastical,
  • general and convenient,
  • safe and admirable,
  • personal and continuous,
  • former egyptian,
  • judicious moral,
  • strong and peaceful,
  • definite or exact,
  • high-handed military,
  • invariable and eternal,
  • good oratorical,
  • historically inaccurate,
  • fantastic and arbitrary,
  • thoroughgoing french,
  • personal and internal,
  • thoroughly critical,
  • petty academic,
  • well-known diplomatic,
  • mere hygienic,
  • byzantine and turkish,
  • stern puritan,
  • special and necessary,
  • exclusive native,
  • simple, economical,
  • disgraceful and outrageous,
  • daily conventional,
  • equitable and judicious,
  • hence absolute,
  • least assertive,
  • wrong or unjust,
  • consolidated british,
  • long wise,
  • ordinary parallel,
  • elementary and obvious,
  • calm impartial,
  • reasonably mild,
  • true, equitable,
  • busy british,
  • ideal and noble,
  • safest and most effective,
  • independent divine,
  • general simple,
  • vile egyptian,
  • specially platonic,
  • patriarchal,
  • infamous and tyrannical,
  • extravagant foreign,
  • wretched sordid,
  • primitive monastic,
  • special restrictive,
  • permanent and steady,
  • rigid martial,
  • harsh and capricious,
  • wise and wondrous,
  • practically invariable,
  • peaceful and moderate,
  • papal temporal,
  • specific and exclusive,
  • old subordinate,
  • accurate practical,
  • safest, surest,
  • frequently unjust,
  • wise and consistent,
  • therefore british,
  • preferred british,
  • rational and simple,
  • complete and peaceful,
  • weak royal,
  • austere monastic,
  • popular legislative,
  • stern but salutary,
  • striking and simple,
  • six-inch metal,
  • strong gothic,
  • definite hard,
  • primitive and genuine,
  • austere and religious,
  • wayward and petulant,
  • arbitrary and impossible,
  • seemingly wise,
  • almost inexorable,
  • bad educational,
  • singular and distressing,
  • natural, universal,
  • arbitrary and unnecessary,
  • orthodox communist,
  • old levitical,
  • certain and perfect,
  • strict stern,
  • moral or poetic,
  • oppressive spanish,
  • easy-going spanish,
  • fair and open-minded,
  • dictatorial and arbitrary,
  • general and positive,
  • spanish or british,
  • absolutely alien,
  • autocratic and bureaucratic,
  • same simple-minded,
  • simple, golden,
  • fashionable golden,
  • certain and unalterable,
  • same stringent,
  • deep and divine,
  • new, strict,
  • undisguised military,
  • uniformly mild,
  • imperfect and uncertain,
  • general and easy,
  • potent german,
  • hard unsympathetic,
  • exact and specific,
  • mighty safe,
  • down spanish,
  • easy general,
  • aztec and spanish,
  • able and gentle,
  • egyptian or turkish,
  • absolute numerical,
  • fundamental practical,
  • constant and inviolable,
  • german autocratic,
  • daring and wonderful,
  • everlasting and immutable,
  • happy and long,
  • nearly general,
  • loose and uncertain,
  • little tacit,
  • short and obscure,
  • strong and centralized,
  • minor bureaucratic,
  • simple, intelligible,
  • new monarchical,
  • arrogant and cruel,
  • absolute general,
  • public military,
  • stern masculine,
  • actual temporal,
  • old consular,
  • ordinary geological,
  • imperial and ecclesiastical,
  • absurd and unnecessary,
  • strict heraldic,
  • republican and imperial,
  • best and only safe,
  • almost unalterable,
  • certain and necessary,
  • definite and comprehensive,
  • revolutionary proletarian,
  • well-known biblical,
  • steady scientific,
  • equally applicable,
  • savagely impartial,
  • totally infallible,
  • inevitable, tedious,
  • fairly elemental,
  • simply brazen,
  • ferocious direct,
  • permanent, inflexible,
  • cruel and negligent,
  • harsh and dour,
  • salutary and wise,
  • cruel, absolute,
  • regular, unchanging,
  • sweet and most perfect,
  • liberal, conciliatory,
  • ferocious and arbitrary,
  • dictational,
  • purely dictational,
  • customary and indispensable,
  • old two-foot,
  • simple and fairly healthy,
  • plain and golden,
  • hence royal,
  • precarious and very powerless,
  • exacting and ignorant,
  • mild but decisive,
  • short, proverbial,
  • aristocratical and regal,
  • consistent or safe,
  • sufficient, infallible,
  • subsequent barbarous,
  • precarious austrian,
  • definite perceptible,
  • individual patriarchal,
  • central, celestial and terrestrial,
  • republican and senatorial,
  • far-reaching and infallible,
  • jealous, secretive,
  • gentle paternal,
  • supplementary special,
  • unchecked popular,
  • sincere and sufficient,
  • better temporal,
  • shameful and devilish,
  • heathenish and unchristian,
  • wretched, heathenish and unchristian,
  • bygone turkish,
  • fickle and violent,
  • mild, patriarchal,
  • merciful local,
  • lawless and capricious,
  • blissful and benignant,
  • whole, benign,
  • intermittent, destructive,
  • formerly customary,
  • general and now obligatory,
  • foolish and cunning,
  • idle, foolish and cunning,
  • british or native,
  • universal and charming,
  • further and apparently parallel,
  • foreign spanish,
  • naturally correct and sensible,
  • incessant, implacable,
  • important and much-needed,
  • strict no-smoking,
  • chinese golden,
  • single iron-clad,
  • universal and simple,
  • predominantly military,
  • immortal seventy-fifth,
  • own strictest,
  • benign and humane,
  • hard feudal,
  • austrian or papal,
  • purely autocratic,
  • definite or positive,
  • certain, invariable,
  • perfect and strict,
  • arbitrary ministerial,
  • tolerant ecclesiastical,
  • gloomy, suspicious,
  • weak and scandalous,
  • effective and progressive,
  • liberal dutch,
  • bold universal,
  • hard and fast general,
  • enlightened and paternal,
  • healthy practical,
  • absurd conventional,
  • absolutely inflexible,
  • broad and loose,
  • important and universal,
  • bloodthirsty, murderous,
  • brief egyptian,
  • fast general,
  • now obligatory,
  • correct and sensible,
  • khoral,
  • hitherto inflexible,
  • rigid monastic,
  • infallible and eternal,
  • sure and perpetual,
  • strict official,
  • strong and temperate,
  • hitherto customary,
  • almost fundamental,
  • eastern imperial,
  • ordinary canonical,
  • naturally correct,
  • stern but fair,
  • severe and oppressive,
  • general, comprehensive,
  • wise and peaceful,
  • sufficiently coherent,
  • direct democratic,
  • safe and general,
  • original patriarchal,
  • international moral,
  • fine and upstanding,
  • generous moral,
  • ideal and abstract,
  • wise and paternal,
  • old wholesome,
  • permanent colonial,
  • former mild,
  • clearly preferred,
  • true outer,
  • apparently parallel,
  • down imperial,
  • cruel, tyrannical,
  • strict german,
  • particularly absurd,
  • disturbing public,
  • excellent spiritual,
  • pure and golden,
  • wise and conciliatory,
  • merciless and cruel,
  • good everyday,
  • own oldest,
  • oppressive and cruel,
  • stodgy, tyrannical,
  • entire and inviolate,
  • cruel or poor,
  • chaotic selfish,
  • orthodox and strictest,
  • definite impersonal,
  • fierce and bloodstained,
  • strict frosty,
  • stiff and often inapplicable,
  • wise and well-known,
  • correct phonetic,
  • irrationally hard and strict,
  • irrationally hard,
  • old three-foot,
  • bitterly oppressive,
  • arbitrary and bitterly oppressive,
  • general,
  • european and military,
  • irish and disobedient,
  • wise benedictine,
  • mischievous general,
  • entirely spanish,
  • strict but wholesome,
  • brief and irresolute,
  • short but tranquil,
  • wise central,
  • universal all-pervading,
  • often inapplicable,
  • laudable paternal,
  • exclusive and proscriptive,
  • general and almost invariable,
  • oppressive foreign,
  • now spanish,
  • buddhist monastic,
  • arbitrary and even violent,
  • narrow or selfish,
  • lenient british,
  • positive and abstract,
  • extremely basic,
  • absolute imperative,
  • ancient and immutable,
  • better con,
  • hard spanish,
  • safe practical,
  • hard and strict,
  • japanese colonial,
  • simple intelligible,
  • generally reliable,
  • cardinal military,
  • perfect and sufficient,
  • direct turkish,
  • old sinister,
  • tolerant british,
  • strict benedictine,
  • brief and brutal,
  • unwritten, unspoken,
  • own cardinal,
  • strict disciplinary,
  • famous benedictine,
  • successive foreign,
  • easiest and simplest,
  • personal and absolute,
  • safest general,
  • genuine imperial,
  • present lawless,
  • new consular,
  • mild and paternal,
  • enlightened european,
  • old common-law,
  • monarchical or aristocratic,
  • preferred military,
  • modern austrian,
  • british or dutch,
  • mild and equitable,
  • enlightened british,
  • long and triumphant,
  • stern hard,
  • direct swedish,
  • mundane and celestial,
  • undistinguished military,
  • strict one-man,
  • alone infallible,
  • rigorous and unalterable,
  • perfect, independent,
  • suave feminine,
  • morally lawless,
  • passive-loss,
  • absolute domestic,
  • kindly british,
  • chinese colonial,
  • old undivided,
  • simple, hard,
  • thoroughly reactionary,
  • liberal monarchical,
  • wise and prosperous,
  • glorious and venerable,
  • new unbreakable,
  • strict monastic,
  • own nonsensical,
  • loose and ineffective,
  • general and almost universal,
  • rich middle-class,
  • same equitable,
  • merely materialistic,
  • mild and liberal,
  • strong, wise,
  • generally applicable,
  • benign and perpetual,
  • general or stationary,
  • long and uncontested,
  • intermittent and capricious,
  • xenophobic communist,
  • sole immutable,
  • paternal and absolute,
  • mostly benevolent,
  • quaint arithmetical,
  • stable and sure,
  • permanent and immutable,
  • old chaotic,
  • customary or conventional,
  • evident and undeniable,
  • good civic,
  • turkish and austrian,
  • perfect and exact,
  • autocratical,
  • antagonistical,
  • strong and prosperous,
  • ancient, urbane,
  • murderous, capricious,
  • basic unwritten,
  • permanent and invariable,
  • jineral,
  • military and bureaucratic,
  • majoritarian,
  • universally applicable,
  • undisturbed spanish,
  • never barest,
  • otherwise infallible,
  • next elementary,
  • simple and practicable,
  • usually strict,
  • bare great,
  • comparatively enlightened,
  • rational, disinterested,
  • otherwise invariable,
  • other, other,
  • severe and fierce,
  • absolute imperial,
  • unsafe and dangerous,
  • more invariable,
  • wise and enlightened,
  • fairly basic,
  • fundamental magical,
  • great and golden,
  • otherwise universal,
  • single-party and military,
  • authoritarian socialist,
  • direct british,
  • new judicial,
  • fairly general,
  • departmental major,
  • own prime,
  • thy quiet,
  • oldest military,
  • relatively peaceful,
  • conclusive and final,
  • old golden,
  • present wise,
  • strict military,
  • three-fifths,
  • brutal soviet,
  • proper general,
  • mostly military,
  • democratic civilian,
  • old customary,
  • safe general,
  • amtal,
  • same absolute,
  • single-party,
  • authoritarian presidential,
  • almost invariable,
  • good general,
  • special departmental,
  • one-party,
  • two-foot,
  • benedictine,
  • unwritten,
  • invariable,
  • general.
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