Absolutism (noun)

  1. The principle or the exercise of complete and unrestricted power in government.
  2. The belief that some person or institution has complete and unrestricted power.

Origin:

From latin absolutus, past participle of absolvere "to make free, set free".

Examples:

  1. The country was ruled by an absolutism monarchy.
  2. The king believed in absolutism and would not tolerate any opposition.
  3. The regime was characterized by absolutism and repression.
  4. His rule was marked by absolutism and the suppression of political opposition.
  5. The doctrine of absolutism holds that the ruler's power is absolute and not limited by law.
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