Example sentences for: dictators

How can you use “dictators” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • After all, even dictators have to worry about justifying their policies, hence the centrality of propaganda to fascist and Communist regimes, and can't do everything they want; there is always the danger of provoking a rebellion.

  • We have no more to fear from a clone of Saddam, or of Hitler, than we do from their natural-born kin--which is to say, we don't have much to fear: Dictators' kids rarely pose a problem.

  • The most upsetting possibility in human cloning isn't superwarriors or dictators.

  • Both sides are happy: Pinochet's supporters now expect him to escape extradition, while human rights activists hail the ruling as a sign that dictators who have committed more recent crimes can be extradited.

  • Clarke commented that Iraq and Libya had previously discussed hosting Bin Ladin, though he and his staff had their doubts that Bin Ladin would trust secular Arab dictators such as Saddam Hussein or Muammar Qadhafi.


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