noun, plural slav·oc·ra·cies.
Related formsslav·o·crat [sley-vuh-krat] /ˈsleɪ vəˌkræt/, nounslav·o·crat·ic [sley-vuh-krat-ik] /ˌsleɪ vəˈkræt ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for slavocracy
If Douglas had the slavocracy back of him and catered to it, he did not have plutocracy back of him.
It was thus that Van Buren made his extreme concession to the slavocracy.Martin Van Buren|Edward M. Shepard
There was already much talk that Texas was being drawn toward the United States by the slavocracy.
It had long been an axiom with the slavocracy that the institution would perish unless it had the opportunity to expand.The Anti-Slavery Crusade|Jesse Macy
The New England conscience excoriated these things and attributed them to the machinations of the slavocracy.