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Another word for magisterial

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Adjective
  1. Tending to dictate

      1. Tending to tell other people what to do in a peremptory or arrogant manner.
      2. Characterized by or favoring absolute obedience to authority, as against individual freedom:
      1. Decorated with raised ornaments.
      2. Given to ordering others around; domineering.
      3. Tending to give orders to others, especially when unwarranted; domineering.
      1. Of or pertaining to a dictator
      2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a dictator or dictatorship; autocratic.
      3. In the manner of a dictator, usually with callous disregard for others
      1. Relating to, characteristic of, or resulting from dogma.
      2. Asserting or insisting upon ideas or principles, especially when unproven or unexamined, in an imperious or arrogant manner:
      3. Characterized by such assertion, often with an unconsidered rejection of criticism:
      1. Arrogant in asserting or attempting to assert one's will over others; overbearing.
      2. Arrogant; overbearing; tyrannical
      3. Overbearing, dictatorial or authoritarian
      1. Overbearing, arrogant, domineering, etc.
      2. Arrogantly domineering or overbearing.
      3. Urgent; pressing:
      1. Having or showing the ability of a master; expert; skillful; masterly
      2. Acting or capable of acting as a master or leader, especially in being domineering or imperious:
      3. Having or showing the qualities of a master vis-a-vis a dependent or subordinate; authoritative; domineering.
      1. Overly bossy, domineering, or arrogant.
      2. Acting in a dictatorial manner; arrogant; domineering
      3. Overwhelming in power or significance; predominant:
      1. Final; conclusive; positive; incontrovertible. In a jury selection, each side is permitted a certain number of peremptory challenges for which no explanation is necessary. A peremptory trial date may be set so as to assure a speedy trial. Final; conclusive; positive; incontrovertible. In a jury selection, each side is permitted a certain number of peremptory challenges for which no explanation is necessary. A peremptory trial date may be set so as to assure a speedy trial.
      2. That cannot be denied, changed, delayed, opposed, etc., as a command
      3. Subject to no further debate or dispute; final and unassailable:
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Another word for magisterial