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used in A Room of One's Own

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a ruler with absolute power — especially one who abuses that power
  • That whimsical despotism was in the nineteenth century too.
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  • Lord Dudley, THE TIMES said when Lady Dudley died the other day, 'a man of cultivated taste and many accomplishments, was benevolent and bountiful, but whimsically despotic.
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