Finally, unimaginably, the family that has tyrannized its nation for decades is gone.
The wife of Hooker tyrannized over his days, and at last proved to be a traitress to his fame.
She tyrannized over me when she was a lass of six and I was a lad of ten.
I suppose little brothers were made to be tyrannized over by the older ones, especially when the father is not living.
Whole families of beggars, not only preyed upon her, but tyrannized.
He had an army of old servants at Mellish Park, who adored him and tyrannized over him after the manner of their kind.
We are tyrannized by Major and Minor—by the bifurcated garment.
Aunt Maria thought he starved and tyrannized over that poor little sickly Mrs. Dusautoy.
There has been in history no power which has tyrannized less than the political majority.
He tyrannized over his people and never allowed them to live in peace.