Related formsbu·reau·crat·ism [byoo r-uh-krat-iz-uh m, byoo-rok-ruh-tiz-] /ˈbyʊər ə krætˌɪz əm, byʊˈrɒk rəˌtɪz-/, noun
Examples from the Web for bureaucrat
He concentrates on a handful of characters that includes a doctor, a bureaucrat, a criminal, a priest, and a journalist.
After all, there will always be a bureaucrat, politician, or judge eager to set the limits on what is unacceptably offensive.Can a Tweet Put You in Prison? It Certainly Will in the UK|Michael Moynihan|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But one kinda doubts a bureaucrat would lie and then demand a retraction.
In another, the bureaucrat Maligin is afraid of standing out.
A bureaucrat goes into a library one day and pulls a poem off a shelf, and it changes the world.
This bureaucrat was continually refusing Roosevelt's applications because they were irregular.Theodore Roosevelt and His Times|Harold Howland
If I had known of the order, short work would have been made of the bureaucrat who issued it.Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt
The bureaucrat inevitably cares more for routine than for results.The World's Greatest Books, Vol XII.|Arthur Mee
His rule will be that of thought and of commerce, not that of the bureaucrat and the soldier.My Mission to London 1912-1914|Prince Lichnowsky
A slow smile spread itself over the ample features of the bureaucrat.The Lonely Unicorn|Alec Waugh