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- n. One who practices or engages in nepotism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who practices nepotism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who practises nepotism.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a powerful person who shows favoritism to relatives or close friends
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A "country lawyer" whose last gig was lobbying for a foreign insurance company so they didn't have to pay off the claims of injured American workers, an aw-shucks "man of the people" who's a Hollywood actor, corporate lobbyist, and dedicated nepotist, and a self-styled 'conservative' who supported McCain-Feingold and cast pro-choice votes.
After 8 years of a disastrous, nepotist presidency, how can the Dems present a nominee to America who is clearly only getting the nomination because her husband was president?
John McCain is a coward, a nepotist, and a sophist.
With a serial nepotist and habitual moron giving the keys of the White House over to our first so-called "affirmative action" president, and the economy in shambles thanks largely to the efforts of an army of "competent," white Wall Street insiders, we'll let the irony stand without further comment.
Then again, an unelected, useless nepotist who gets a massive EU pension is somehow apt as Europe Minister.
Or as corrupt as Enron, who caused the debacle of the energetic market, its stock, its stockholders, its employes, etc … Or corrupt as the money machine that was the Tom Delay organization to funnel money to the Republican Party financing and construction of a nepotist republican bureaucracy around the President?
Sounds like this little nepotist has been committing obstruction of justice.
Elizabeth Cheney, the nepotist 'democracy czar' is manning offices from Washington to Dubai to direct Iran regime change for the imperious White House cabal who appointed her.
His family was large and poor, and he was a nepotist.
SIXTUS IV (della Rovere) aimed to consolidate the Papal States and reduce the power of the cardinals; methodical nepotist (three nephews, the Riarios, one of them later Pope Julius II).