OTHER WORDS FROM nepotismne·pot·ic [nuh-pot-ik], /nəˈpɒt ɪk/, nep·o·tis·tic, nep·o·tis·ti·cal, adjectivenep·o·tist, nounan·ti·nep·o·tism, noun
How to use nepotism in a sentence
You might put this down to just nepotism and name recognition.Why We Judge People Based on Their Relatives - Facts So Romantic|Diana Fleischman|November 11, 2020|Nautilus
A terribly weak economy, massive youth bulge and autocratic-nepotistic rule set him up as a prime candidate for revolution.
Jobs are granted, contracts signed and tenders won on an open and strict nepotistic basis and no one finds it odd or wrong.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
British Dictionary definitions for nepotism
Derived forms of nepotismnepotic (nɪˈpɒtɪk) or nepotistic, adjectivenepotist, noun
Word Origin for nepotism
Cultural definitions for nepotism
Favoritism granted to relatives or close friends, without regard to their merit. Nepotism usually takes the form of employing relatives or appointing them to high office.