not characterized by, derived from, or relating to the principles of democracy
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How to use undemocratic in a sentence
To Americans, these actions in France and Israel seem positively undemocratic.
The thing about Jim Crow, after all, is that its emergence was profoundly undemocratic and distinctly anti-majoritarian.
And once mainstream academic science is seen as a political tool, then it starts to seem patently undemocratic.
Paradoxically, we have a political system where we democratically elect senators to work in undemocratic body.Senate Democrats Didn’t Go Far Enough to Kill the Filibuster | Dean Obeidallah | November 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
These brilliant lawyers sat around the room deciding how they could most effectively quiet Rabbi Kahane in an undemocratic manner.
This is regarded as undemocratic for the reason that democracy has come to mean a series of elections.A Preface to Politics | Walter Lippmann
Now Bill Carmody was, by environment, undemocratic, and he resented being called a greener.The Promise | James B. Hendryx
In a democratic age he has insisted upon the undemocratic virtues of obedience, silence, and reverence.From Chaucer to Tennyson | Henry A. Beers
The relation of a man giving a tip and a man accepting it is as undemocratic as the relation of master and slave.The Itching Palm | William R Scott
None of us possessed evening suits and some of us went so far as to denounce swallowtail coats as "undemocratic."A Daughter of the Middle Border | Hamlin Garland