biwrocrat, fiwrocrat, biwrocratiaid, fiwrocratiaid, miwrocrat, miwrocratiaid
Noun(1) an official of a bureaucracy
(1) We can't allow some government bureaucrat to label you an unlawful combatant, and thereby keep you in custody indefinitely.(2) There is also hope in the fact that Putin's previous careers as a spy, bureaucrat and politician were marked by mediocrity, not achievement.(3) If the Conservatives vow to crack down on those milking the taxpayer for their lifestyle, whether bureaucrat or welfare king/queen, it will have wide appeal.(4) Tighter rules were needed to stop taxpayers' funds being wasted on party political advertising, a senior parliamentary bureaucrat has said.(5) But a senior health bureaucrat has contradicted that, saying he had briefed the Health Minister earlier.(6) In the Communist world, there was always another bureaucrat to pay the piper, so long as he played the right propaganda tune for the time.(7) Almost every influential politician and bureaucrat used this scam.(8) One was a junior foreign ministry bureaucrat , Andrei Kozyrev, who was made foreign minister.(9) My big gripe is that one left-wing bureaucrat should have so much power and cause our elected MEP to raise the alarm bells.(10) Would he have some state bureaucrat decide which birth defect is economical to fix and which one should spell an immediate death sentence?(11) In such systems, the role of the party man or woman in government has been largely indistinguishable from that of obedient bureaucrat .(12) If you're a complacent state sector bureaucrat , enjoying your job stability and looking forward to your lush pension, it's time to start worrying.(13) The relationship between bureaucrat and citizen was that of ruler and subject.(14) The doggedly determined bureaucrat has vowed to disqualify any winner who is corrupt, but that may prompt yet a third round of elections for the Senate.(15) Secondly, the issue of asylum seekers is far too serious an issue to some of us to be fast-tracked by some bureaucrat .(16) Even now I don't understand how this Communist bureaucrat came to this view.
(1) bureaucrat :: biwrocrat
1. official ::
2. officeholder ::
3. administrator ::
4. public servant ::
5. civil servant ::
6. functionary ::
7. mandarin ::
8. apparatchik ::
9. bean counter ::
Different Formsbureaucrat, bureaucratic, bureaucratization, bureaucratize, bureaucratizes, bureaucrats
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