[ mˈande͡ɪtəɹi], [ mˈandeɪtəɹi], [ m_ˈa_n_d_eɪ_t_ə_ɹ_i]
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How to use "Mandatary" in context?
When a government has the power to require something of its citizens, it is said to be mandatary. Mandataries exist in all types of governments, from autocratic dictatorships to democracies.
The power to require something of citizens is a source of both blessing and curse. On the one hand, mandataries can ensure that a government operates efficiently and effectively. On the other hand, mandataries can be oppressive, requiring citizens to do things against their will or in a way that is damaging or even dangerous.
There are three main types of mandataries: ceremonial, fiscal, and regulatory.
Homophones for Mandatary:
- many another, maitreya, madder, mature, matador, Mediatory, minder, motor area, medawar, metre, Mammee Tree, mentor, mediator, minotaur, monitor, metatheria, madeira, manta ray, mandara, midair, miter, monterey, Mata Hari, mid-water, mandatory, mater, motor, mudra, mounter, mother, monitory, motorway, meadow rue, metro, m-theory, minatory, mantra, mudder, mithra, monterrey, mitre, mandator, mindoro, metier, meteor, maunder, mitra, momentary, manometer, mutterer, menander, miniature, monetary, matter, manumitter, meter, mender, monandry, mutter, meeter, maeandra, meander, minter, man-eater.
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