Recent Examples of gerontocracy from the Web
Change in Time Spent Watching Traditional TV by Age Group The upshot is pretty simple: Traditional television is a pure gerontocracy.
But far from being unusual, Feinstein is simply the marginally oldest member of a body arguably best described as a gerontocracy.
The party’s top jobs are now held by a gerontocracy.
All but the most ideological conservatives are likely to follow Trump down this path toward white welfare gerontocracy.
But in their polemics, these men are aligning themselves with the gerontocracy against the young.
On the one hand, Mr. Renzi presented himself as an anti-establishment demolition man determined to smash the gerontocracy in Italy and shock into action the out-of-touch bureaucracy in Brussels.
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Origin and Etymology of gerontocracy
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
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