What is another word for overlord?

Pronunciation: [ˈə͡ʊvəlˌɔːd] (IPA)

"Overlord" refers to a person who has complete authority or control over a particular domain or group of people. There are several synonyms for the term, including "ruler," "dominator," "tyrant," "sovereign," "autocrat," "monarch," and "emperor." Each of these words implies the idea of someone in power, with the ability to make decisions that others must follow. "Overseer," "controller," "boss," and "supervisor" are also used as synonyms of "overlord," although they tend to be more commonly used in a business or workplace context. Regardless of the specific word used, all of these synonyms highlight the idea of someone in a position of authority.

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What are the hypernyms for Overlord?

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What are the hyponyms for Overlord?

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  • hyponyms for overlord (as nouns)

Usage examples for Overlord

I cried, suddenly cold with the fear that they had mutinied against this brusque English overlord.
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George Barr McCutcheon
Ramiro del' Orca is a traitor who is plotting the death of his overlord.
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"Is there none here," he cried, appealing to Ramiro's officers, "that will draw his sword in the service of his overlord, the Duca Valentino?
"The Shame of Motley"
Raphael Sabatini

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